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See the entry formuffled.
Past participle ofmuffle. There are other translations for this conjugation.


An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (muted)
a. sordo
We heard two muffled gunshots followed by a much louder one.Oímos dos tiros sordos seguidos por uno mucho más fuerte.
b. apagado
The police officer heard a muffled voice from the trunk of the car and investigated.El policía oyó una voz apagada en el maletero del carro e investigó.
2. (covered to mute the sound)
a. enfundado
During the military funeral, only the muffled drums were heard.Durante el funeral militar, solo se oyeron los tambores enfundados.
3. (wraped to keep warm; often used with "up")
a. arropado
The children were muffled up in scarves.Los niños estaban arropados con bufandas.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (sound, footstep)
a. apagado(a)
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muffled [ˈmʌfld]
1 (deadened) [+sound, shot, cry, sob] sordo; apagado; [+voice] apagado
we could hear the muffled sounds of conversation
2 (warmly wrapped) envuelto; abrigado
children muffled up in scarves and woolly hats niños envueltos or abrigados con bufandas y gorros de lana
to be muffled [up]
3 (covered) [+oars, drum, hooves] enfundado para amortiguar el ruido; (para amortiguar el ruido)
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