Definición de bewilder en inglés:

bewilder

Saltos de línea: be|wil¦der
Pronunciación: /bɪˈwɪldə
 
/

verbo

[with object]
Cause (someone) to become perplexed and confused: she was bewildered by his sudden change of mood
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The utter imprudence of our mayor and City Council bewilders me.
  • But what bewilders me is that instead of providing a real solution, the local authority simply forces the schools to close.
  • For someone who, in the past, has been rated as the best goalkeeper in the world, it bewilders me why he so often opts to do the silly as opposed to the sensible.
Sinónimos
baffle, mystify, bemuse, perplex, puzzle, confuse, confound, nonplus, disconcert, throw, set someone thinking
informal flummox, discombobulate, faze, stump, beat, fox, make someone scratch their head, be all Greek to, make someone's head spin, floor, fog
North American informal buffalo
archaic wilder, gravel, maze, cause to be at a stand, distract, pose
rare obfuscate
baffled, mystified, bemused, perplexed, puzzled, confused, nonplussed, at sea, at a loss, thrown off balance, disorientated, taken aback
Canadian & Australian/New Zealand informal bushed
baffling, difficult to understand, perplexing, puzzling, mystifying, mysterious, confusing, disconcerting; unaccountable, inexplicable, impenetrable, unfathomable, above one's head, beyond one; complex, complicated, involved, intricate, convoluted, labyrinthine, Byzantine, Daedalian, Gordian
archaic wildering

Origen

late 17th century: from be- 'thoroughly' + obsolete wilder 'lead or go astray', of unknown origin.

Derivativos

bewilderment

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The largest effect they had was to cause bewilderment and alarm throughout the neighbourhood.
  • Civil war itself broke out within two years to the dismay and bewilderment of almost everyone.
  • Her husband had blinked in bewilderment at her, ashen - looking lost and alone.

Definición de bewilder en:

Obtener más de Oxford Dictionaries

Subscribirse para eliminar anuncios y acceder a los recursos premium

Palabra del día guzzle
Pronunciación: ˈgʌz(ə)l
verb
eat or drink (something) greedily