Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Muddle"

The meaning of "Muddle" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does be in a muddle mean?
A: It is an informal way to describe someone being confused or in the process of making a mistake.
Q: What does to get in a muddle mean?
A: don't get confused
Q: What does "to muddle someone up with someone else" mean?
A: to call someone by someone else's name or to mix up their names
Q: What does to muddle someone up with someone else mean?
A: to confuse two people, meaning you think someone is someone else
Q: What does muddle through mean?
A: Muddle=Confuse

Example sentences using "Muddle"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Get into a muddle .
A: I’ve gotten into a muddle.
Don’t get yourself into a muddle
Q: Please show me example sentences with in a muddle .
A: I am in a muddle with this recipe. I thought I was meant to use eggs but I was wrong.

She was in a muddle with her maths homework.

Don't get yourself in a muddle, organise your things and you will find it much simpler.

You are in a muddle aren't you!
Q: Please show me example sentences with muddle.
A: It means: an untidy, confused state.

It's not used very often, but the most common uses or expressions are:

"They were muddling up the cards."

"The document were in a muddle."

"You've muddled things up."

"Whenever I go to Europe I get in a muddle about/over (become confused about) how much things cost."
Q: Please show me example sentences with muddle through.
A: I don't know what I'm doing. But I've survived this far, just muddling through on my own. Maybe I'll die tomorrow. Maybe I won't. I just know that I have to try to get through each day, one at a time. If they come back, this time I'll be ready, and I'll fight them all before I let them have the earth stone. There's no telling what would happen if they got their hands on it.

Synonyms of "Muddle" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between muddled and muddleheaded ?
A: I would say that they are synonyms. They mean the same thing, and are uncommon words to choose. Generally they can both mean confused or disoriented.
Q: What is the difference between muddle and jumble ?
A: Muddle: Mixed up to the point of being confused.
Example: "John got his notes muddled"
(He got his notes confused)

Jumble: Usually a pile of mixed items/things that bring confusion.
Example: "It just looks like a jumble of letters and numbers"

Hope this helps a little !
Q: What is the difference between muddle and confuse ?
A: no difference.

Translations of "Muddle"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? muddle
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Other questions about "Muddle"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce numerous; chew; conceive; muddle through (Please, say it slowly) .
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Q: what does " muddle through " mean ? thank you guys
A: To complete something in a haphazard way without necessarily being in full control
Q: He made muddle through. does this sound natural?
A: It's "Somehow he handled it."
Q: I totally muddle up "agree to sth " with "agree with sth". Could anyone shed some light on it please?
A: agree to do something=say you will do it. agree with someone/thing =have the same idea. I agree to help you (I will help) I agree with you )your opinion seems right I agree with the decision (it seems correct to me)

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