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The meaning of Turbid

Turbid – definition

adjective

(of a liquid) cloudy, opaque, or thick with suspended matter.

Usage examples:

The turbid estuary
adjective

(of a liquid) not transparent because a lot of small pieces of matter are held in it

Usage examples:

Several different species of fish inhabit these turbid shallow waters.

Turbid translation into English

Turbid: translate from English into Chinese

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混浊, 浑浊, 浊, 浑, 溷, 淟, 泥水的

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Troebel, Drabbig

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Trouble, Turpide

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Trübe, Trüb, Schmutzig, Verworren

Turbid: translate from English into Hindi

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पंकिल, परेशान

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Torbido

Turbid: translate from English into Korean

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흐린, 짙은, 혼란된

Turbid: translate from English into Russian

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Мутный, Густой, Туманный, Запутанный, Плотный

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Túrbido

Word origin

late Middle English (in the figurative sense): from Latin turbidus, from turba ‘a crowd, a disturbance’.

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