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mutter

verb [I, T]
 
 
/ˈmʌtər/
B2 to speak quietly so that your voice is difficult to hear, often when complaining about something
mırıldanmak, homurdanmak, alçak sesle yakınmak/dertlenmek
She walked past me, muttering to herself. He muttered something about the restaurant being too expensive.Ways of speakingWays of talking
mutter noun [C]
homurdanma
Translations of “mutter”
in Arabic يُتَمْتِم…
in Korean 중얼거리다…
in Malaysian menggumam…
in French marmonner…
in Italian borbottare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 嘟囔,咕噥…
in Russian бормотать, брюзжать…
in Polish mamrotać…
in Vietnamese tiếng thì thầm…
in Spanish hablar entre dientes, murmurar…
in Portuguese murmurar, resmungar…
in Thai บ่น…
in German murmeln…
in Catalan murmurar, rondinar…
in Japanese ぶつぶつ言う…
in Indonesian komat-kamit, bergumam…
in Chinese (Simplified) 嘟囔,咕哝…
(Definition of mutter from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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