Translation of muddle in Spanish:
- to be in a muddle (books/papers)estar (todo) revuelto or desordenado(person)to get into a muddle (things)
estar liado or hecho un lío [colloquial]entreverarse
desordenarse(person)to get something into a muddle
armarse or hacerse un lío [colloquial]liar or enredar algoExample sentences
- Even if, like me, you think the polls are often in a muddle, they do tell a consistent story on economic management.
- She dares us to dress down, to strip ourselves of our illusions and to acknowledge that, for most of the time, we live life in a muddle and ‘that every hour contains at least a moment of bewilderment or worse’.
- He says: ‘Ordinary events got Jennings in a muddle and we can identify with these.’
- Despite the muddles of his campaign, his message won him nearly 49% of the votes.
- Here in India, especially in relatively small cities like Dehra Doon, it feels like half magic a lot of the time and the only way to live through the muddles is to be determined to find them funny.
- The four great battles of Cassino brought to a head all the muddles and contradictions of the Italian campaign.
- → muddle upExample sentences
- Getting into that whole cluster would become very confusing quickly, since we've got overlapping issues, aside from Vietnam muddling up the mix.
- I had even put in soft lenses, which always hurt so badly, so that I didn't have to have glasses muddling up my face.
- The two teams certainly entered into the seasonal spirit, if a little confusion muddled the role-playing.
- When I made my witness statement I was muddled in the accounts which I gave in paragraph 6 and paragraph 8.
- I'm just following my somewhat muddled thoughts where they take me.
- Liberals gravitate toward the gray to muddy the waters, to muddle people's thinking.
- After muddling around for a few days, he comes out fully in favor of the government's position and vows to endorse whatever the government proposes in relation to boat people.
- For a number of years I've been muddling in the mire of trying to figure out who and what I am in relation to church, denomination, God etc.
- I'm just muddling around here like an ant in a potplant, not always realizing there are larger things out there than my little world.
- we've had to muddle through as best we can
- 1.1 (jumble)
ir tirando [colloquial]
hemos tenido que arreglárnoslas como hemos podido
(belongings/papers)to get muddled up
entreverarse1.2 (mix up) I always muddle her up with her sister
siempre la confundo con su hermana1.3 (bewilder) to get muddled up
confundirseI get terribly muddled up with all these figures
hacerse un lío [colloquial]
hacerse un lío [colloquial]
me confundo horriblemente or [colloquial] me hago un lío tremendo con todas estas cifras
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