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fluster

verb [T]  /ˈflʌs·tər/ us  
to make someone nervous or upset, esp. when the person is trying to do something: Don’t let that new tax form fluster you – it’s not as bad as it looks.
flustered
adjective  /ˈflʌs·tərd/ us  
If I look flustered it’s because I’m trying to do 20 things at once.
Translations of “fluster”
in Spanish confusión…
in French émoi…
in German die Aufregung…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使心煩意亂, 使緊張…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使心烦意乱, 使紧张…
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