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conflicted

adjective [after verb] uk   /kənˈflɪk.tɪd/ us  
confused or worried because you cannot choose between very different ideas, feelings, or beliefs, and do not know what to do or believe: It seems that politicians, like ordinary citizens, are conflicted about gambling.
Translations of “conflicted”
in Chinese (Traditional) 困惑的, 矛盾的…
in Russian испытывающий внутренние противоречия…
in Turkish çelişen, çatışan, uyuşmayan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 困惑的, 矛盾的…
in Polish w rozterce…
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