to reduce the volume of (a musical instrument) by means of a mute, soft pedal, etc to subdue the strength of (a colour, tone, lighting, etc) Derived forms of mute mutely, adverb muteness, noun Word Origin for mute C14: muwet from Old French mu, from Latin mūtus silent usage for mute
Mute 1. The action of disabling sound. Usually done to Telivisions and other electronic forms of using sound. 2. A person who cannot, or choses, not to talk. An person who chooses not to talk often will only speak if someone in a position of higher authority chooses to 1. MUTE THE TV I NEED TO TALK TO YOU! 2. Oh him, he's a mute
In contrast, mute, meaning “silent” or “unable to speak,” derives from a French ancestor that was imported to Britain by those same wily Normans. Thus, the two are hard to connect historically. Strictly as a noun, moot is now only used in historical contexts (and on Game of Thrones ).
1.3. (of hounds) not giving tongue while hunting. 2 dated, offensive (of a person) lacking the faculty of speech. unable to speak. View synonyms. 3 (of a letter) not pronounced. More example sentences. ‘mute e is generally dropped before suffixes beginning with a vowel’.
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