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Detailed Translations for mutter from English to Spanish

mutter:

to mutter verb (mutters, muttered, muttering)

  1. to mutter (mumble; murmur)
    – talk indistinctly; usually in a low voice 1
  2. to mutter (sputter; crackle; complain; )

Conjugations for mutter:

present
  1. mutter
  2. mutter
  3. mutters
  4. mutter
  5. mutter
  6. mutter
simple past
  1. muttered
  2. muttered
  3. muttered
  4. muttered
  5. muttered
  6. muttered
present perfect
  1. have muttered
  2. have muttered
  3. has muttered
  4. have muttered
  5. have muttered
  6. have muttered
past continuous
  1. was muttering
  2. were muttering
  3. was muttering
  4. were muttering
  5. were muttering
  6. were muttering
future
  1. shall mutter
  2. will mutter
  3. will mutter
  4. shall mutter
  5. will mutter
  6. will mutter
continuous present
  1. am muttering
  2. are muttering
  3. is muttering
  4. are muttering
  5. are muttering
  6. are muttering
subjunctive
  1. be muttered
  2. be muttered
  3. be muttered
  4. be muttered
  5. be muttered
  6. be muttered
diverse
  1. mutter!
  2. let's mutter!
  3. muttered
  4. muttering
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for mutter:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- grumble; grumbling; murmur; murmuration; murmuring; mussitation; muttering
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
decir entre dientes mumble; murmur; mutter
hablar entre dientes mumble; murmur; mutter
murmurar mumble; murmur; mutter chanter; crackle; grouse; growl; grumble; lap; ripple; rumble; rustle; snarl; sough; splash
musitar mumble; murmur; mutter lisp; rustle; speak with a lisp; whisper; whizz; whoosh
rezongar bluster; complain; crackle; grumble; mumble; mutter; sputter chanter; fight back; grouse; growl; grumble; resist; rumble; snarl; struggle; twaddle; whine
- croak; gnarl; grumble; maunder; mumble; murmur; mussitate

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Synonyms for "mutter":


Related Definitions for "mutter":

  1. a complaint uttered in a low and indistinct tone1
  2. a low continuous indistinct sound; often accompanied by movement of the lips without the production of articulate speech1
  3. make complaining remarks or noises under one's breath1
    • He muttered his dislike for the cold.2
  4. talk indistinctly; usually in a low voice1

Wiktionary Translations for mutter:


Cross Translation:
FromToVia
mutter mascullar; murmurar mompelen — geluiden maken die moeilijk te verstaan zijn
mutter balbucear; balbucir bredouiller — Parler d’une manière précipiter et peu distincte.



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