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Translation of "baffle" - English-Spanish dictionary

baffle

verb   /ˈbæf·l/
If something baffles you, you cannot understand it at all. desconcertar The police were baffled by his disappearance. I found his explanation baffling.
bafflement noun [no plural] /ˈbæf·l·mənt/
desconcierto
(Definition of baffle from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

baffle

verb /ˈbӕfl/
to puzzle (a person) desconcertar I was baffled by her attitude towards her work She was completely baffled by one of the questions in the test.
baffling adjective
desconcertante It is a baffling crime – the police have no idea who carried out the theft.
(Definition of baffle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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