Hindi translation of 'muddle'
muddle /ˈmʌdəl ˈमडल्/
Word forms: muddles, muddling, muddled
1. variable noun
A muddle is a confused state or situation.
विभ्रम की स्थिति nf
My thoughts are all in a muddle.
2. transitive verb, phrasal verb
If you muddle things or people, or if you muddle them up, you get them mixed up, so that you do not know which is which.
घालमेल कर देना
One or two critics have muddled the two names.
He sometimes muddles me up with other patients.
muddled up adjective
I am getting my words muddled up.
If you muddle through, you manage to do something even though you do not really know how to do it properly.
नहीं जानते हुए भी जैसे-तैसे कर लेना
see muddle 2
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Example Sentences Including 'muddle'
Gruesome, savage images floated through her consciousness in an incoherent muddle.Grace
The English had won lots of battles - Agincourt, Crécy - using their famous archers and courage to muddle through.The Gwen John Sculpture
My grandmother, Hazel's great-grandmother...' Lily pressed a hand to her forehead in an effort to sort out the muddle of her thoughts.THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: The Sangreal Trilogy One (2004)
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'muddle' in Other Languages
- Arabic: تَشَوُّشٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: desordem
- Chinese: 困惑
- Croatian: zbrka
- Czech: nepořádek
- Danish: virvar
- Dutch: verwarring
- European Spanish: enredo
- Finnish: sotku
- French: pagaille
- German: Durcheinander
- Greek: ανακατωσούρα
- Italian: disordine
- Japanese: 混乱状態
- Korean: 뒤죽박죽
- Norwegian: rot
- Polish: zamieszanie
- Portuguese: desordem
- Romanian: harababură harababuri
- Russian: путаница
- Spanish: enredo
- Swedish: röra oreda
- Thai: ความไม่เป็นระเบียบ
- Turkish: kargaşa
- Ukrainian: безлад
- Vietnamese: tình trạng lộn xộn
Translation of muddle from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary