Definition of perplex in English:

perplex

Line breaks: per|plex
Pronunciation: /pəˈplɛks
 
/

verb

[with object]

Origin

late 15th century (as the adjective perplexed): from the obsolete adjective perplex 'bewildered', from Latin perplexus 'entangled', based on plexus 'interwoven', from the verb plectere.

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