Spanish translation of 'mixed-up'
see also mix up
[person, idea] confuso
he’s very mixed-up (= disturbed) es una persona con problemas (psicológicos); (= confused) está muy confuso
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In his act he says he had a mixed marriage; he was married and his wife was mixed-up.(2001)
I just hope that crazy mixed-up world out there doesn't ever change you.ROSES ARE FOR THE RICH (2001)
Against my will I remembered Martin describing Nicholas as a mixed-up kitten.ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2001)
It was punctuated by flashes of cognition in which his senses worked but in a mixed-up way.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
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British English: mixed up ADJECTIVE
If you are mixed up, you are confused, often because of emotional or social problems.
I think he's a rather mixed up kid.
Translation of mixed-up from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary