Translation of bemuse in Spanish:

bemuse

Pronunciation: /bɪˈmjuːz/

vt

  • 1.1 (puzzle) [person] desconcertar* I'm still bemused sigo desconcertado
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    • In cities such as Prague, expatriates were glued to televisions in bars, bemused locals looking on.
    • He is still bemused by the enigmatic arrival and departure of his illness.
    • Morris was contacted, and became increasingly bemused by the investigation.
    1.2
    (bemused past p)
    [expression] de desconcierto; [onlookers] desconcertado

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