English translation of 'marmonner'
Example Sentences Including 'marmonner'
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Je suis venu manifester parce que c'est plus efficace que de marmonner.Le Monde (2000)
Les amis de la bête ne cessaient de marmonner de drôles de considérations vétérinaires : " Coup de semonce, avertissement, faux pas.Le Monde (1997)
Vous voyez, vous n'avez rien d'autre à marmonner que "paix".Europarl Parallel Corpus
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'marmonner' in Other Languages
British English: mutter /ˈmʌtə/ VERB
If you mutter, you speak very quietly so that you cannot easily be heard, often because you are complaining about something.
'He's crazy,' she muttered.
She heard the old woman muttering about consideration.
- American English: mutter
- Arabic: يُغَمْغِمُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: murmurar
- Chinese: 咕哝
- Croatian: mrmljati
- Czech: mumlat
- Danish: mumle
- Dutch: mompelen
- European Spanish: refunfuñar
- Finnish: mutista
- French: marmonner
- German: murmeln
- Greek: μουρμουρίζω
- Italian: brontolare
- Japanese: ブツブツ言う
- Korean: 중얼중얼 말하다
- Norwegian: mumle
- Polish: zaszemrać
- European Portuguese: murmurar
- Romanian: a mormăi
- Russian: бормотать
- Spanish: refunfuñar
- Swedish: muttra
- Thai: พูดพึมพำ
- Turkish: mırıldanmak
- Ukrainian: бурмотіти
- Vietnamese: lẩm bẩm
British English: mumble VERB
If you mumble, you speak very quietly and not at all clearly with the result that the words are difficult to understand.
Her grandmother mumbled in her sleep.
He mumbled a few words.
Translation of marmonner from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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