Definition of 'muddy'
Example sentences containing 'muddy'
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These places need careful vetting before they spend their hard-earned cash to visit a muddy field. The Sun (2016)I don't like it if people get in with muddy boots. Times, Sunday Times (2017)We left the main road and joined a muddy track that led up towards the villages. The Crossing-Place (1993)Where would he put his muddy boots? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Inside the mine the ground is muddy and damp. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Rally cars look spectacular being thrown sideways on muddy forest tracks. The Sun (2008)The farmers had been afraid to step on the expensive carpet in their muddy boots. Christianity Today (2000)It will get you out of a muddy school field and keep you moving in winter. The Sun (2015)He is still wearing his muddy boots. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She knelt down before her as soon as she saw her seat herself to take off her muddy boots. Emily Fox-Seton (1901)That summer there hadn't been much rain and the pools had become muddy. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Those that could slept in tents and makeshift huts; others slept rough on the muddy ground. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Pass bird hide on right, through car park and take wide muddy track on far side. Times, Sunday Times (2009)With the seasonal rains only just ending, the open field soon turned muddy underfoot. Times, Sunday Times (2007)At last we were on the road, driving cross country on muddy tracks. Times, Sunday Times (2007)So it is a translation of a translation of a translation; and it all becomes a bit muddy and confused. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Stir into the mix the counterfeit cartridges that crop up from time to time and the printer's ink can become very muddy indeed. Times, Sunday Times (2010)So after a shuffle I drop to the muddy ground to show him my mettle. Times, Sunday Times (2015)As anybody who has seen converted 3D movies knows, they can look dull and muddy. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'muddy'
British English: muddy /ˈmʌdɪ/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is muddy contains, or is covered in, mud.
...his muddy boots.
- American English: muddy
- Arabic: مُوَحِلٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: enlameado
- Chinese: 泥泞的
- Croatian: blatan
- Czech: zablácený
- Danish: mudret
- Dutch: modderig
- European Spanish: embarrado
- Finnish: mutainen
- French: boueux
- German: matschig
- Greek: λασπωμένος
- Italian: fangoso
- Japanese: 泥だらけの
- Korean: 질척질척한
- Norwegian: sølete
- Polish: zabłocony
- European Portuguese: enlameado
- Romanian: noroios
- Russian: грязный
- Spanish: embarrado
- Swedish: lerig
- Thai: เต็มไปด้วยโคลน
- Turkish: çamurlu
- Ukrainian: брудний
- Vietnamese: vấy bùn
British English: muddy VERB
If you muddy something, you cause it to be muddy.
The ground still smelled of rain, and they muddied their shoes.
Definition of muddy from the Collins English Dictionary
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