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bemused

adjective  us   /bɪˈmjuzd/
slightly confused; not knowing what to do or how to understand something: He was looking from one face to the other with an air of bemused disbelief.
Translations of “bemused”
in Vietnamese làm sửng sốt…
in Spanish perplejo, estupefacto…
in Thai ซึ่งสับสน…
in Malaysian kebingungan…
in French stupéfait…
in German verwirrt…
in Chinese (Traditional) 糊塗的,茫然的…
in Indonesian keheranan, kagum, kaget…
in Russian озадаченный…
in Turkish biraz kafası karışmış, hafif şaşırmış…
in Chinese (Simplified) 糊涂的,茫然的…
in Polish zakłopotany…
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