Bedeutung von “confusion” — Learner’s Dictionary

confusion

noun us uk /kənˈfjuːʒən/
I think there's been some confusion over the issue.There's some confusion over the arrangements.Confusion reigns at work at the moment.That was what caused the confusion.He seems to be in a perpetual state of confusion.
NOT UNDERSTAND [ C, U ]

B2 a state in which people do not understand what is happening or what they should do:

There was a lot of confusion about what was actually going on.
THOUGHT [ U ]

a feeling of not being able to think clearly:

He could see the confusion on Marion's face.
BETWEEN SIMILAR THINGS [ U ]

the belief that one person or thing is another

SITUATION [ U ]

B2 a situation that is confusing because there is a lot of noise and activity:

In the confusion, several prisoners tried to escape.

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