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befuddle
American English: /bəˈfədl/
British English: /bɪˈfʌd(ə)l/

Translation of befuddle in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • (often passive) his brain was befuddled by drink
    el alcohol le había embotado el cerebro
    Example sentences
    • Riders overtake traffic, carving in and out of lanes as befuddled drivers bond in confusion with pedestrians.
    • I forgot to tell you all this is set in one of my confused and befuddled future settings.
    • I was so stunned and momentarily befuddled it never even occurred to me to fire the second barrel.

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