Word: mutter

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Synonyms: mutter

muttering, mussitation, murmuration, murmuring, murmur, grumbling, grumble

Translations: mutter

spanish
murmullo, mascullar, murmurar


german
murmeln, Gemurmel, murren

french
gronder, grogner, barboter, barbotons, rognonner, ...

italian
borbottare, mormorare

portuguese
murmurar, murmúrio, resmungar, resmungo, Mutter

dutch
brommen, morren, mompelen, mummelen

russian
мямлить, бормотать, лопотать, проворчать, ворчание, ...

norwegian
mumle, Mutter, mumler, mumling

swedish
mumla, muttra

finnish
mutista, urputtaa, jupina, mumina

danish
mumle, mumler, af Mutter, mumlen

czech
mručet, brumlat, zamručet, reptat, brblat, ...

polish
wybąkać, szemrać, bełkotać, mruczeć, wybełkotać, ...

hungarian
motyog, Mutter, motyogását, motyogja, mormog

turkish
mırıltı

greek
μουρμουρίζω

ukrainian
борей, бовдур, болван, собачка, дурень, ...

albanian
pëshpëritje, pëshpërit, murmurisni, Mutter, hungërimë

bulgarian
мърморене, мъркам, мънкане, мъркане

belarusian
мармытанне, балбатанне

estonian
pomisema, pobisema, torisema

croatian
mrmljati, progunđati

lithuanian
burzdėti, barbeti, marmaliuoti, blerbėti, marmėti

latvian
ducināt, ducināšana, Mutter, nomurminu, kurnēšana

macedonian
Мутер, озборуваат, негодуване

romanian
murmura, murmur, mormăit, bombăni, bolboroseală

slovenian
Mrmranje, Progunđati, Promrmljati, delom Mutter

slovak
mrmlať, mumlat, mumlať

Popularity stats: mutter

Most searched by regions

Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, District of Columbia, Maryland

Most searched by cities

Philadelphia, Pitman, Baltimore, Washington, New York

The meaning and "use of": mutter

noun
  • a barely audible utterance, especially a dissatisfied or irritated one.

verb
  • say something in a low or barely audible voice, especially in dissatisfaction or irritation.

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