English to Welsh Meaning :: mutter

mwmian, brewlan, browlan, fân-sôn, frewlan, frowlan, fwngial, fwmial, fwmian, fyngial, mân-sôn, mrewlan, mrowlan, mwngial, mwmial, myngialfwmialent, fwmiala’, fwmialaf, fwmialai, fwmialais, fwmialaist, fwmialan, fwmialant, fwmialasai, fwmialasant, fwmialasech, fwmialo, fwmialasent, fwmialasid, fwmialasit, fwmialasoch, fwmialasom, fwmialaswn, fwmialech, fwmialed, fwmialem, fwmialen, fwmialoch, fwmialer, fwmiales, fwmialest, fwmialet, fwmiali, fwmialid, fwmialiff, fwmialir, fwmialith, fwmiala, fwmialasem, fwmialodd, fwmialom, fwmialon, fwmialont, fwmialwch, fwmialwn, fwmialwyd, fwmialwyf, fwmialych, mwmialent, mwmiala’, mwmialaf, mwmialai, mwmialais, mwmialaist, mwmialan, mwmialant, mwmialasai, mwmialasant, mwmialasech, mwmialo, mwmialasent, mwmialasid, mwmialasit, mwmialasoch, mwmialasom, mwmialaswn, mwmialech, mwmialed, mwmialem, mwmialen, mwmialoch, mwmialer, mwmiales, mwmialest, mwmialet, mwmiali, mwmialid, mwmialiff, mwmialir, mwmialith, mwmiala, mwmialasem, mwmialodd, mwmialom, mwmialon, mwmialont, mwmialwch, mwmialwn, mwmialwyd, mwmialwyf, mwmialych
Mutter :
sibrwd
- sibrwdfyfyrioddmuttererfwmialmutters
 

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Noun(1) a low continuous indistinct sound; often accompanied by movement of the lips without the production of articulate speech(2) a complaint uttered in a low and indistinct tone
Verb(1) talk indistinctly; usually in a low voice(2) make complaining remarks or noises under one's breath

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(1) However, as soon as we heard Rosemary's voice I heard Danielle mutter a little ÔÇÿuh-oh.ÔÇÖ(2) There is not a word, a syllable, a mutter or a sound now.(3) ÔÇÿLewis,ÔÇÖ he said in a mutter , barely acknowledging my presence.(4) ÔÇÿI got a room at the hotel,ÔÇÖ she said in a mutter , her words slurred.(5) Passengers' eyes divert to Lauren and they begin to mutter incoherently about her.(6) The other Freelancers had all been watching avidly at this point, and all began to mutter to themselves.(7) Alan barely had time to mutter a quick ÔÇÿNightÔÇÖ, before Jason was gone, leaving Alan more confused than ever.(8) Still, it was easier to mutter in private and unsettle his wife with threats of going public than actually doing anything.(9) ÔÇÿI'm an entertainer,ÔÇÖ he says, self-effacingly in a low mutter .(10) Democrats mutter about the president's secret plan to transform homeland security into a flag-draped campaign issue.(11) Not a sound, not a mutter , not a murmur, not a syllable has passed through its member's lips, and those lips are being paid $100,000 a year for doing zilch - nothing.(12) But Woking, I'm sorry to say, seems to have accepted this slight without even the mildest mutter of protest.(13) An irritable mutter rippled about the round table.(14) a little mutter of disgust(15) He could barely mutter back a response to any of my statements.(16) With a mutter or two the chap retreated into a sulk and decided to get on with his reading material.
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(1) mutter ::
sibrwd
Synonyms
Noun
Verb
2. talk under one's breath ::
siarad o dan un o anadl
3. grumble ::
rwgnach
4. gnarl ::
gnarl
5. mumble ::
Mumble
Antonyms
1. crow ::
crow
2. delight ::
hyfrydwch
3. rejoice ::
lawenhau
Different Forms
mutter, muttered, mutterer, mutterers, muttering, mutterings, mutters
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