- 1A complex or confused situation; a muddle: your desk’s usually a mare’s nestMás ejemplos en oraciones
- On that last one, the DVLA is looking at tachographs as well, which rounds out the whole automotive picture into a potential mare's nest of a privacy nightmare.
- Who else would take on the mare's nest that is Hynix?
- It's something of a mare's nest that looks susceptible to legal enquiry to us.
- 2An illusory discovery: the mare’s nest of perfect safetyMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Nor is it unlikely that after an initial flurry of interest the major media concluded that the whole thing was a mare's nest.
late 16th century: formerly in the phrase to have found a mare's nest, meaning 'to have discovered something amazing' (i.e. something that does not exist).
Más definiciones de mare's nestDefinición de mare's nest en:
- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.