Spanish translation of “muddle”
muddle verb /ˈmadl/
› to confuse or mix up
Don’t talk while I’m counting, or you’ll muddle me. muddled adjective ›
muddled thinking. muddle-headed adjective › incapable of clear thinking
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
We all have to muddle through life somehow. muddle up phrasal verb › to confuse (eg two different things)
I’m always muddling the twins up I’ve muddled up these book orders.