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Translation of "muddle" - English-Spanish dictionary

muddle

noun   /ˈmʌd·l/ mainly UK
a situation in which things are not organized and people do not understand what they should do confusión There was a big muddle over who was buying the tickets. I’m in such a muddle with these bills.
verb   /ˈmʌd·l/ ( present participle muddling, past tense and past participle muddled) mainly UK
get someone/something muddled up
to think that a person or thing is someone or something else confundir a alguien/algo I often get Jonathan and his brother muddled up.
(Definition of muddle from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

muddle

verb /ˈmadl/
to confuse or mix up confundir Don’t talk while I’m counting, or you’ll muddle me.
muddled adjective
confundido muddled thinking.
muddle-headed adjective
incapable of clear thinking despistado, confuso He thinks that all women are muddle-headed.
muddle along phrasal verb ( muddle through)
to progress in spite of one’s unsatisfactory methods and foolish mistakes arreglárselas We all have to muddle through life somehow.
muddle up phrasal verb
to confuse (eg two different things) liar, confundir I’m always muddling the twins up I’ve muddled up these book orders.
(Definition of muddle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “muddle”
in Vietnamese làm lộn xộn…
in Malaysian mencampuradukkan…
in Thai ทำให้ยุ่งเหยิง…
in French embrouiller…
in German durcheinanderbringen…
in Indonesian membingungkan…
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