The bandits fled in disorder when they heard that a regiment of soldiers were marching to their den.
n.混乱，骚乱，动乱 (commotion, disturbance)
n. 杂乱，喧闹 vt.乱糟糟地堆满
The room was cluttered up with old furniture.
The string was in a tangle.
The whole lobby was a perfect pandemonium.
I energized the motor when I turned on the electric switch.
We rallied together to save our leader from prison.
The patient did not recover himself since he was knocked down in a car accident.
vt.使清新 vi.恢复精神 (renew, revive)
She felt refreshed after her sleep.
After World War II, many factories were rehabilitated rather than bulldozed.
vt.恢复 (recover, bring back)
She restored after her holiday.