muddy

listen to the pronunciation of muddy
Englisch - Türkisch
{f} bulandırmak
{s} çamurlu

Tom çamurlu ayakkabılarını çıkardı. - Tom took off his muddy shoes.

Tom yerde çamurlu ayak izleri gördü. - Tom saw muddy footprints on the floor.

{f} çamurlamak
çepellemek
(Argo) yengeç
{f} çamurlandır
{s} bulanık

Bu tasarım için bulanık renkler kullanmak iyi bir fikir değil. - Using muddy colors for this design is not a good idea.

bulanık/çamursu/çamurlu
{s} karışık
{s} anlaşılması zor
pis
çamur yap
çamurla kirletmek
kirli
muddy water
çamurlu su
muddy up
bulandır
muddy up
bulandir
muddy ground
çamur zemin
muddy sediment
(Gıda) tortu lezzeti
muddy soil
çamurlu zemin
fish in muddy waters
bulanık suda balık avlamak
muddiness
çamurluluk
muddiness
pislik
fish in troubled, muddy waters
bulanık suda balık avlamak
muddiness
bulanıklık
muddiness
bulanıklık/çamurluluk
to muddy
çamura bulamak
Englisch - Englisch
Soiled with feces
Not clear; mixed up or blurry

The picture is decent, but the sound is muddy.

To get mud on (something)

If you muddy your shoes don't wear them inside.

Covered with or full of mud or wet soil

Take off your muddy boots before you come inside.

To make a mess of, or create confusion with regard to

The discussion only muddied their understanding of the subject.

{a} dirty thick, dull, cloudy
{n} a bird
{v} to make muddy, foul, cloud, disturb
{f} make dirty with mud, cover in mud; cloud, make impure; confuse the issue, make unclear
make turbid; "muddy the water"
dirty with mud
Consisting of mud or earth; gross; impure
To soil with mud; to dirty; to render turbid
Something that is muddy contains mud or is covered in mud. a muddy track The ground was still very muddy
Turbid with mud; as, muddy water
make turbid; "muddy the water" cause to become muddy; "These data would have muddied the prediction" dirty with mud
Confused, as if turbid with mud; cloudy in mind; dull; stupid; also, immethodical; incoherent; vague
Abounding in mud; besmeared or dashed with mud; as, a muddy road or path; muddy boots
Not clear or bright
cause to become muddy; "These data would have muddied the prediction"
To cloud; to make dull or heavy
If someone or something muddies a situation or issue, they cause it to seem less clear and less easy to understand. It's difficult enough without muddying the issue with religion. + muddied mud·died Overseas the legal issues are more muddied. If someone or something muddies the waters, they cause a situation or issue to seem less clear and less easy to understand. They keep on muddying the waters by raising other political issues
{s} covered in mud; turbid, cloudy; filled with mire; hazy, vague
To make a mess or create confusion
To get mud on something
Fig
If you muddy something, you cause it to be muddy. The ground still smelled of rain and they muddied their shoes
Muddy York
An historical nickname for Toronto, Canada
Muddy Waters
a US blues singer, songwriter, and guitar player, who greatly influenced many other singers of popular music (1915-83). orig. McKinley Morganfield born April 4, 1915, Rolling Fork, Miss., U.S. died April 30, 1983, Westmont, Ill. U.S. blues guitarist and singer. He grew up in the cotton country of Mississippi and taught himself harmonica as a child. He later took up guitar, eagerly absorbing the classic delta blues styles of Robert Johnson and Son House. He was first recorded in 1941 by archivist Alan Lomax (see John Lomax). In 1943 he moved to Chicago; there he broke with the country blues style by playing over a heavy dance rhythm, adopting the electric guitar and adding piano and drums while retaining a moan-and-shout vocal style and lyrics that were by turns mournful, boastful, and risqué. The result came to be known as urban blues, from which sprang in large part later forms such as rock music and soul music. A surge in interest in the roots of popular music in the early 1960s brought Waters widespread fame, and he performed internationally into the 1970s
Muddy Waters
McKinley Morganfield (1915-1983), famous American blues singer and guitarist
muddy up
muddy: dirty with mud
Big Muddy
The Mississippi River
knee-deep in the Big Muddy
Stuck in a predicament; mired in a difficult situation, especially one resulting from poor judgment or bad leadership

In the classic ‘knee deep in the Big Muddy’ scenario (Staw, 1976), individuals continue to contribute to a losing cause long after it is clear that this is a tremendous waste of money.

muddied
Simple past tense and past participle of muddy
waist deep in the Big Muddy
Alternative form of knee-deep in the Big Muddy
muddily
{a} dirtily, foully, with foul mixture
muddiness
{n} dirtiness, foulness, thickness
Big Muddy River
A river of southwest Illinois flowing about 217 km (135 mi) to the Mississippi River north-northwest of Cairo
muddied
Made muted of color
muddied
past of muddy
muddied
{s} dirtied, soiled; soiled with mud, covered in mud; obscure, unclear; cloudy, turbid
muddied
Made unclear, obfuscated (generally as part of the phrase muddied the water)
muddied
Made dirty with muddied
muddies
third-person singular of muddy
muddily
In a muddy manner
muddily
in a muddy manner, in a cloudy or dirty manner
muddily
In a muddy manner; turbidly; without mixture; cloudily; obscurely; confusedly
muddiness
The characteristic of being muddy
muddiness
Obscurity or confusion, as in treatment of a subject; intellectual dullness
muddiness
The condition or quality of being muddy; turbidness; foulness caused by mud, dirt, or sediment; as, the muddiness of a stream
muddiness
the quality of being cloudy
muddiness
pelosity
muddiness
{i} miriness, dirtiness; cloudiness, obscurity
muddying
third-person singular of muddy
muddy
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