Word: mire

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Synonyms: mire

swamp, bog, morass, quagmire, slough, swampland, wetland, marshland, mud, slime, dirt, filth, muck, mess, difficulty, plight, predicament, tight spot, trouble, quandary, muddle, jam, fix, pickle, hot water, slop, quag, slack

Translations: mire

spanish
fango, ciénaga, atolladero, pantano, barrizal, ...


german
morast, sumpf

french
fondrière, crotter, bourbe, crotte, marécage, ...

italian
palude, melma, pantano, acquitrino

portuguese
lamaçal, atoleiro, lama, lodaçal, lodo

dutch
moeras

russian
грязь, болото, трясина, месиво, чернить, ...

norwegian
søle, myr, sump

swedish
träsk, moras

finnish
räme, suo, liata

danish
sump, Dynd, Dyndet, sølet

czech
kal, močál, zablátit, bláto

polish
bagno, błoto, zabłocić

hungarian
sár, sárban, sárba, láp, mocsár

turkish
batak, bataklık

greek
βόρβορος

ukrainian
міражі

albanian
baltë, sqotë, vetëm baltë

bulgarian
болото

belarusian
балота, балото, балоты

estonian
soo, porimülgas

croatian
blato, močvara

icelandic
Mire

lithuanian
purvas, purvynas, klampynė, apdrabstyti purvu, pliurza

latvian
muklājs, nomelnot, dubļi, purvs, purva

macedonian
калта, кал

romanian
mlaştină

slovenian
očal

slovak
blato, bahno

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The meaning and "use of": mire

noun
  • a stretch of swampy or boggy ground.
  • a situation or state of difficulty, distress, or embarrassment from which it is hard to extricate oneself.

verb
  • cause to become stuck in mud.

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