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confusing

Pronunciation: /kənˈfjuːzɪŋ/

Translation of confusing in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • [explanation/map/timetable] confuso, poco claro her remarks were more confusing than helpful sus observaciones confundían más que ayudaban
    Example sentences
    • For my father and his generation back in the confusing era of the Depression, the battle lines were even more simply drawn.
    • These confusing feelings of being apart from the real world and close to it at the same time are part of what community college is about.
    • And maybe familiar cues are simply the means by which people navigate through a confusing world.

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