Bedeutung von “confusion” im Essential American English Dictionary


noun [ no plural ] us /kənˈfju·ʒən/

a state in which people do not understand what is happening or what they should do:

The new system has caused a lot of confusion.

a situation, often with a lot of activity and noise, in which people do not know what to do:

I lost my bag in the confusion after the explosion.

(Definition von “confusion” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)