mutters (third person present) · muttered (past tense) · muttered (past participle) · muttering (present participle)
  1. say something in a low or barely audible voice, especially in dissatisfaction or irritation.
    "he muttered something under his breath" ·
    "‘I knew she was a troublemaker,’ Rebecca muttered"
    talk under one's breath · murmur · mumble · whisper ·
    speak in an undertone · speak sotto voce · speak in hushed tones · talk to oneself
    speak out
mutters (plural noun)
  1. a barely audible utterance, especially one expressing dissatisfaction or irritation.
    "a little mutter of disgust"
late Middle English: imitative; compare with German dialect muttern.
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How to use mutter in a sentence?
her mutter of amusement blossomed into an enormous belly laugh.
back-benchers were muttering about the next reshuffle.
‘I knew she was a troublemaker,’ Rebecca muttered.
he muttered something under his breath.
a little mutter of disgust.
How to say mutter in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans mompel
Arabic (NOUN)همهم, موتر, تمتم
Bangla বিড়বিড়
Bosnian (Latin) muter
Bulgarian (NOUN)мърморят
Cantonese (Traditional) 穆特
Chinese Simplified 穆特
Chinese Traditional 穆特
Croatian promrmljati
Danish (NOUN)mumle
Dutch (NOUN)mompelen
Estonian nime all
Filipino nagsisibulong
German (VERB)Murmeln
Greek ψιθυρίζω
Hebrew מוטר
Hindi मत्र
Hmong Daw yws
Indonesian bergumam
Italian (NOUN)mormorare, brontolio
Japanese (NOUN)つぶやく
Kiswahili kunong'ona
Korean 속 삭 임
Latvian (NOUN)murminām
Lithuanian Ducināšana
Malagasy mimenomenona
Norwegian Bokmål mumle
Portuguese (VERB)murmurar, resmungar
Romanian murmur
Russian (NOUN)бормотать, Муттер
Samoan tomumu
Serbian (Cyrillic) Мајко
Serbian (Latin) Majko
Slovak (NOUN)mumlá
Slovenian Promrmljati
Spanish (NOUN)murmurar
Swedish (NOUN)muttra
Tahitian vosaminimini
Tamil முணுமுணுத்துக்
Telugu ముట్టర్
Tongan pehe
Urdu بڑبڑاہٹ
Welsh mân siarad
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