Definition of 'confusing'
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The results are often confusing and sometimes inspired. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There is a danger of actually confusing people rather than helping them make choices. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Pop music used to be so much less confusing. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Relationships have become a highly confusing emotional territory. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You are also confusing feeling loved with feeling love. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Your insight makes sense of a confusing situation. The Sun (2013)You might want to refer to them when things become a bit confusing. Christianity Today (2000)There followed a difficult and confusing transition. Times, Sunday Times (2013)All this means that the reality on the ground for passengers is confusing complexity and often expense. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Perhaps people are confusing looking bigger with just chilling out and looking casual. The Sun (2012)It would be less confusing than for him to grow up to become an accountant. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The report also slams confusing parking signs and unaccountable wardens. The Sun (2006)This is where it gets a bit confusing. The Sun (2014)The bulletins are often confusing and difficult to follow. Times, Sunday Times (2015)That must be confusing for them and the players they are playing beside. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Love gets confusing when two people with similar names take a shine to you. The Sun (2016)It might have something to do with the law being a bit confusing. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This can be confusing as often the chemical name of the nutrient is used instead of the common vitamin name. PCOS DIET BOOK: How you can use the nutritional approach to deal with polycystic ovary syndrome (2002)The present situation is confusing, unreliable and unfair. Times, Sunday Times (2009)This is an intriguing new idea, but it is also confusing. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Once he'd gone off the trail he would have been in a very confusing situation. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'confusing'
British English: confusing /kənˈfjuːzɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is confusing makes it difficult for people to know what to do or what is happening.
This new system must be confusing for you.
- American English: confusing
- Arabic: مُرْبِك
- Brazilian Portuguese: confuso
- Chinese: 使人糊涂的
- Croatian: zbunjujući
- Czech: matoucí
- Danish: forvirrende
- Dutch: verwarrend
- European Spanish: confuso
- Finnish: hämmentävä
- French: déroutant
- German: verwirrend
- Greek: συγκεχυμένος
- Italian: disorientante
- Japanese: 困惑させる
- Korean: 혼란시키는
- Norwegian: forvirrende
- Polish: dezorientujący
- European Portuguese: confuso
- Romanian: care produce confuzie
- Russian: сбивающий с толку
- Spanish: confuso
- Swedish: förvirrande
- Thai: น่าสับสน
- Turkish: yanıltıcı
- Ukrainian: складний
- Vietnamese: gây nhầm lẫn
Definition of confusing from the Collins English Dictionary
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