English to Welsh Meaning :: addle

Addle :
addle
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Verb(1) mix up or confuse(2) become rotten

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(1) He felt silly that he'd allowed her muddled ravings to addle him in the first place.(2) The Bethany Bash is to be held this Friday and Saturday and aptly called ÔÇÿDouble Bheja FryÔÇÖ because it promises to addle your brains with fun and frolic.(3) He knew that the boy was the ringleader of the group, and was trying to addle him before they attacked.(4) He knew the drugs Paul had given him would addle his brain, but surely not to the extent he couldn't follow a conversation with his little brother.(5) It must have really addled his brain for him not to understand something this basic and this obvious.(6) Even though my brain is addled with cough syrup and Advil, the fabulous feeling of freedom is not lost on me.(7) This damned heat has addled many people's wits, mine included: made us sluggish, unquestioning, apathetic.(8) ÔÇÿYour friend,ÔÇÖ stated Jeff and went to his own room, no doubt to immerse himself in all his stupid computer games that I was sure was addling his brain.(9) Was it conceivable that the drugs he had been given for pain had permanently addled his brain?(10) I vaguely remember a similarly soaked occasion when I was a child, where I tried to shake like a dog and my mother said it addled the brain.(11) We're addled by Arizona's talent, impressed by the Wildcats' intensity, and downright dipsy-doodled by their depth.(12) That swim you took must have addled your brains more than I thought.(13) This was all very strange to Helano; it was confusing and addling her brain.(14) The drugs have addled him so much that it takes pot, alcohol, ecstasy, Special K and GHB to give him that special happy feeling now when he goes out.(15) I think the alcohol from last night has addled your brain, because you couldn't be more far off.(16) Has that second bottle of Beaujolais addled his brain, inducing some kind of hallucinatory fever?
Related Words
(1) addle-head ::
addle-pen
(2) addle-headed ::
addle-dan y pennawd
Synonyms
Verb
1. muddle ::
ddryswch
2. puddle ::
chorbwll
Different Forms
addle, addled, addles, addling
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