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mutter

US [ˈmʌtər]
UK [ˈmʌtə(r)]
  • v.咕哝;轻声低语;喃喃而语;咕哝地抱怨
  • n.咕哝;怨言
  • Web穆特;嘀咕;喃喃自语
Past Participle:muttered  Present Participle:muttering  Simple Present:mutters  
mutter
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v.
1.
[t][i]
嘀咕;嘟囔to speak or say sth in a quiet voice that is difficult to hear, especially because you are annoyed about sth
‘How dare she,’ he muttered under his breath.
他轻声嘀咕道:“她怎么敢。”
She just sat there muttering to herself.
她坐在那儿独自唧唧咕咕的。
I muttered something about needing to get back to work.
我嘀咕着说要接着干活了。
He muttered that he was sorry.
他轻声嘀咕了一声对不起。
2.
[i][t]
~ (about sth).~ that…
(私下)抱怨,发牢骚to complain about sth, without saying publicly what you think
Workers continued to mutter about the management.
工人私下对资方还是有怨言。
n.
1.
[ususing]
嘀咕;嘟哝;低语声a quiet sound or words that are difficult to hear
the soft mutter of voices
柔和的低语声

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