v.be in a rush and a muddle; be rushed and flustered
Don't work in a rush and a muddle.
work in a rush and get into a muddle
My work is in a muddle.
Things began to get more frantic as the deadline loomed.
Things are manic in the office at the moment.
- "忙乱" can be reduplicated, for example: "忙忙乱乱".
There's no need for you to get so flustered!