Translation of murk in Spanish:


oscuridad, n.

Pronunciation /mərk/ /məːk/

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    oscuridad feminine
    a tall shape loomed up out of the murk una figura alta surgió de entre las tinieblas
    • She needed her time alone, away from the gloom and murk of a sickroom.
    • Burst cattails and grass line the edge; the water is thick, a deep green murk, a beautiful green cocktail.
    • New York water is a special brew of ferocious currents, unforgiving temperatures, treacherous murk, and apocalyptic pollution.
    • How did we expect to extract fish for four from this opaque murk?
    • Household items like the blare of the telephone's ring and the oppressive murk of Plath's London lighting scheme distort in her mind to create a homespun hell.
    • By diligently limiting the flashlight's movements during the exposures he gave the anemone a luminous vitality and kept the enveloping space murk.
    • The images palpitate between bleached brightness and murk.