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muddled
American English: /ˈmədld/
British English: /ˈmʌdld/

Translation of muddled in Spanish:

adjective

  • his explanation left me muddled
    su explicación me confundió or [colloquial] me dejó hecho un lío
    to get muddled
    hacerse un lío [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • Pretty soon I overheard a conversation between two muddled buyers.
    • The New York Jets have been the most muddled.
    • My mind was still a mess of muddled feelings.

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