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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
muddy /'mʌdi/
  • tính từ
    • lầy bùn, lấy lội
    • vấy bùn, đầy bùn, lấm bùn
      • muddy shoes: đôi giày lấm bùn
    • xỉn, xám, xám xịt; đục, đục ngầu
      • muddy skin: da xám xịt
      • a muddy river: sông đục ngầu
      • a muddy voice: giọng đục
    • lộn xộn, hỗn độn
    • không rõ, mập mờ
      • muddy ideas: những ý nghĩ mập mờ
  • ngoại động từ
    • làm lầy; làm bẩn, làm nhơ, làm vấy bùn
    • làm xỉn đi, làm cho tối, làm vẩn đục
    • làm rối trí, làm mụ đi
Concise Dictionary
muddied|muddier|muddiest|muddies|muddying'mʌdɪ
verb
+dirty with mud
+cause to become muddy
+make turbid
adj.
+(of soil) soft and watery
+dirty and messy; covered with mud or muck
+(of color) discolored by impurities; not bright and clear
+(of especially liquids) clouded as with sediment

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
1 fouled, befouled, muddied, mud-spattered, dirty, grubby, grimy, soiled, mud-caked, slimy, mucky, miry; oozy, squelchy, squashy, boggy, fenny, marshy, swampy; Formal feculent; Colloq squishy, squushy:
Take off those muddy boots before you come into the house. The walk up to the house has become all muddy in the rain
2 confused, unclear, vague, obscure, dull, dim, fuzzy, muddled, addled, mixed-up:
Greg has only a muddy idea of what you're talking about.
3 drab, subdued, blurred, dingy, flat, murky, mat, washed out:
The colours in her paintings look very muddy to me.
v.
4 obscure, dull, dim, confuse, mix up, befog, cloud:
His explanation muddied the issue rather than clarifying it.
5 dirty, soil, begrime, smirch, besmirch, spatter, bespatter:
A passing car muddied my new skirt.
Advanced English Dictionary
adjective, verb
+ adjective (muddier, muddiest)
1 full of or covered in mud: a muddy field / track + muddy boots / knees + Look, you've made the floor all muddy!
2 (of a liquid) containing mud; not clear: muddy water + a muddy pond
3 (of colours) not clear or bright: muddy green / brown
+ verb (muddies, muddying, muddied, muddied) [VN] to make sth muddy: She had muddied her white dress.
Idioms: muddy the waters, issue, etc. (disapproving) to make a simple situation confused and more complicated than it really is: She deliberately muddied the waters by constantly referring to other irrelevant cases.
Collocation Dictionary
adj

VERBS

be, look | become, get | get sth, make sth
Don't get your shoes muddy! The rain had made the football pitch extremely muddy.

ADV.

extremely, very | all
My boots were all muddy.
| a bit, rather
We all got a bit muddy and wet.


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