[moo-tah-zuh-lahyt] /muˈtɑ zəˌlaɪt/
a member of a medieval theological sect (Mutazila) that maintained that nothing but eternity could be asserted regarding Allah, that the eternal nature of the Koran was questionable, and that humans have free will.
a member of an 8th-century liberal Muslim sect, later merged into the Shiahs
[muhch] /mʌtʃ/ noun, British Dialect. 1. a close-fitting linen or muslin cap, as worn by elderly women or babies. /mʌtʃ/ noun 1. a close-fitting linen cap formerly worn by women and children in Scotland /mʌtʃ/ verb (dialect) 1. (transitive) to cadge; beg 2. (intransitive) another word for mitch
[muhch-kin] /ˈmʌtʃ kɪn/ noun 1. Scot. a unit of liquid measure equal to a little less than a U.S. liquid pint. 2. a container, usually of pewter, holding this quantity. /ˈmʌtʃkɪn/ noun 1. a Scottish unit of liquid measure equal to slightly less than one pint
noun, Printing. 1. a dash equal in length to one side of an em quad; em dash.
[myoot] /myut/ adjective, muter, mutest. 1. silent; refraining from speech or utterance. 2. not emitting or having sound of any kind. 3. incapable of speech; dumb. 4. (of letters) silent; not pronounced. 5. Law. (of a person who has been arraigned) making no plea or giving an irrelevant response when arraigned, or refusing to stand […]
- Mute button
noun a button on a remote control device that temporarily turns off the sound of a television, telephone, stereo, etc.