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See the entry formuddled.
Past participle ofmuddle. There are other translations for this conjugation.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (unclear)
a. confuso
The essay's argument is all muddled. I didn't follow it.El argumento del ensayo es muy confuso. No lo seguí.
b. liado
All the papers fell out of the binder and now they're all muddled. It will take hours to put them back in order.Todos los papeles se cayeron de la carpeta y ahora están liados. Tomará horas ordenarlos.
2. (confused)
a. confundido
Clara is a little muddled after her fall, but she doesn't have a concussion.Clara está un poco confundida después de la caída, pero no tiene una conmoción cerebral.
3. (crushed)
a. machacado
To make a refreshing cocktail, mix gin with muddled cucumbers.Para hacer un coctel refrescante, mezcla ginebra con pepinos machacados.
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muddled [ˈmʌdld]
[+account, explanation] confuso; lioso (informal); [+ideas, article, thinking] confuso; poco claro; [+person] confundido; liado (informal)
I'm afraid I'm a little muddled me temo que estoy un poco confundido; me temo que estoy un poco liado (informal)
she was muddled about the date she gave a muddled account of what happened it was such a muddled explanation that I could hardly follow what he was saying to [be] muddled (up) to [get] muddled (up) I keep getting muddled up and having to start again
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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