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Translation of mudar in English:

verbo intransitivo

  • 1 (cambiar)mudar de algolas serpientes mudan de piel
    snakes slough off o shed their skin
    cuando mudó de voz
    when his voice broke
    mudar de opinión [literario]
    to have a change of opinion
    la cara le mudó de color al oír la noticia [literario]
    she blanched when she heard the news
  • 2 (México) (cambiar los dientes) See examples: a los seis años empezó a mudar
    she started to lose her milk teeth when she was six

verbo transitivo

  • 2 2.1 (Zoología)esta serpiente muda la piel una vez al año
    this type of snake sloughs off o sheds its skin once a year
    a los 3 meses muda las plumas
    it sheds its feathers o molts at 3 months
    2.2 (Fisiología)empezará las clases de canto cuando haya mudado la voz
    he's going to start singing lessons when his voice has broken
Example sentences
  • Para ello se quiere mudar para una idílica hacienda ubicada en Italia.
  • Ella se acababa de mudar, pero el Chito ya sabía cómo ubicarla.
  • Cuando tenía quince años nos mudamos a la ciudad.

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