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confuse

verb /kənˈfjuːz/
to put in disorder
confundir, complicar, enredar
He confused the arrangements by arriving late.
to mix up in one’s mind
confundir
I always confuse John and his twin brother.
to make puzzled
desorientar, confundir, desconcertar
He completely confused me by his questions.
confused adjective mixed up
confundido, desconcertado, confuso
The message I received was rather confused.
mixed up in the mind
confuso
She was clearly in a confused state of mind.
confusedly /-zidli/ adverb
con confusión
Papers were confusedly strewn all over the desk.
confusing /kənˈfjuːziŋ/ adjective difficult to understand; unclear
Confuso
I found his explanation a bit confusing.
confusingly /kənˈfjuːziŋli/ adverb
Confusamente
Confusingly, there are two students with the same name in that class.
confusion /-ʒən/ noun
confusión
There was some confusion about where we were supposed to be meeting.
(Definition of confuse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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