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Translation of "confuse" - English-Spanish dictionary

confuse

verb   /kənˈfjuːz/ ( present participle confusing, past tense and past participle confused)
to stop someone from understanding something confundir My explanation just confused her.
to think that one person or thing is another person or thing confundir People often confuse me with my brother.
(Definition of confuse from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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