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confuse [ kən'fju:z] vt.使混乱,混淆

confuse [kən'fju:z] vt.使混乱,干扰

You're confusing your days. 你把日子弄混了.

They confused the teacher by having the same names.

You have confused the meanings of the two words.

I'm always confused with "s" and "th".

If they are not sincere and do not practise what they preach, their children may grow confused and emotionally insecure when they grow old enough to think for themselves, and realize they have been to some extent fooled.

I don't understand.
I can't tell you. (我不能告诉你。)
I don't understand. (我不知道是什么事。)
I'm not following.
I don't get it. *比较随便的说法。
I'm confused.
I get it. /I understand. (明白了。)

Are you crazy?
Isn't he cool? (他是不是很酷?)
Are you crazy? (你是不是疯啦?)
Are you nuts?
Are you out of your mind?
Are you insane?
Are you delirious?
Are you all there?
Are you confused? *更尖锐的说法。

Confucius said, “Since the age of 15, I have devoted myself to learning; since 30, I have been well established; since 40, I have understood many things and have no longer been confused; since 50, I have known my heaven-sent duty; since 60, I have been able to distinguish right and wrong in other people’s words; and since 70, I have been able to do what I intend freely without breaking the rules.”

@@@ 当作, 以为, 持
confuse sb. with sb. 把...误当作...; 混淆
have a bias towards 对...持偏见
look on the bright side of things 对事物持乐观态度
pass down 把...传给后世, 把...当作遗产给予
read sth. into sth. 将本来没有的意思加进去解释, 自以为有某种含义
take a dim view of sth. 不赞成..., 对...持怀疑态度; 对...持悲观态度
think of ... as ... 把...看作是, 以为...是
treat ... as 把...待如; 把...看作
viewed as 被看作是

@@@ 错
apologize to (sb.) (for) 向...道歉, 认错
be out of one's mind 精神错乱
by mistake 错误地; 无心地
confuse sb. with sb. 把...误当作...; 混淆
do wrong 做错; 作恶; 犯罪
get away with 做错事而未受处罚
get off on the wrong foot 开始就不顺利; 一开始就犯了个错误
mixed up 弄混淆; 搞错了
out of sorts 心情糟, 觉得不对劲儿
pass up 放弃, 错过

You're confusing your days. 你把日子弄混了.

颠倒 [diān dǎo] /(v) confused; get backwards; reverse/(adj) crazy; deranged/

沌 [dùn] /confused/turbid/

犯浑 [fàn hún] /(v) confused; mixed up; befuddled/

纷 [fēn] /numerous/confused/disorderly/

棼 [fén] /beams in roof/confused/

汩 [gǔ] /confused/extinguished/

混 [hún] /confused/dirty/mix/

混淆 [hùn xiáo] /obscure/confuse/mix up/blur/

惑 [huò] /confuse/

搅乱 [jiǎo luàn] /to confuse/

愦 [kuì] /confused/troubled/

困惑 [kùn huò] /bewilder/perplexity/confused/

迷 [mí] /bewilder/crazy about/fan/enthusiast/lost/confused/

迷糊 [mí hu ] /(adj) dazed; confused and not seeing straight/

迷惑 [mí huo ] /to puzzle/to confuse/to baffle/

茸 [róng] /confused/fluffy/luxuriant growth/

晕 [yūn] /confused/dizzy/giddy/faint/swoon/lose consciousness/pass out/

纭 [yún] /confused/numerous/

Scientists need to respond forcefully to animal rights advocates, whose arguments are confusing the public and thereby threatening advances in health knowledge and care.

But the sources of distrust go way deeper.
Most journalists learn to see the world through a set of standard templates (patterns) into which they plug each day's events.
In other words, there is a conventional story line in the newsroom culture that provides a backbone and a ready-made narrative structure for otherwise confusing news.

Certainly their descriptions of battles are confused.
But it is a little upsetting to read in the explanatory notes that a certain line describes a fight between a Turkish and a Bulgarian officer on a bridge off which they both fall into the river — and then to find that the line consists of the noise of their falling and the weights of the officers: "Pluff! Pluff! A hundred and eighty-five kilograms."

Rumor has it that more than 20 books on creationism/evolution are in the publisher's pipelines.
A few have already appeared.
The goal of all will be to try to explain to a confused and often unenlightened citizenry that there are not two equally valid scientific theories for the origin and evolution of universe and life.

{adj: addlebrained, addlepated, potty, puddingheaded, muddleheaded} stupid and confused; used especially of persons
"blathering like the addlepated nincompoop that you are"
"a confused puddingheaded, muddleheaded fellow"- Isaac Sterne

{adj: addled, befuddled, muddled, muzzy, woolly, wooly, woolly-headed, wooly-minded} confused and vague; used especially of thinking
"muddleheaded ideas"
"your addled little brain"
"woolly thinking"
"woolly-headed ideas"

{adj: baffled, befuddled, bemused, bewildered, confounded, confused, lost, mazed, mixed-up, at sea} perplexed by many conflicting situations or statements; filled with bewilderment
"obviously bemused by his questions"
"bewildered and confused"
"a cloudy and confounded philosopher"
"just a mixed-up kid"
"she felt lost on the first day of school"

{adj: broken, confused, disordered, upset} thrown into a state of disarray or confusion
"troops fleeing in broken ranks"
"a confused mass of papers on the desk"
"the small disordered room"
"with everything so upset"

{adj: chaotic, disorderly} completely unordered and unpredictable and confusing

{adj: clearheaded, clear-thinking} not mentally confused; able to think clearly and act intelligently
<-> confused

{adj: confounding, contradictory} that confounds or contradicts or confuses

{adj: confused, disconnected, disjointed, disordered, garbled, illogical, scattered, unconnected} lacking orderly continuity
"a confused set of instructions"
"a confused dream about the end of the world"
"disconnected fragments of a story"
"scattered thoughts"

{adj: confused, disoriented, lost} having lost your bearings; confused as to time or place or personal identity
"I frequently find myself disoriented when I come up out of the subway"
"the anesthetic left her completely disoriented"

{adj: confused} mentally confused; unable to think with clarity or act intelligently
"the flood of questions left her bewildered and confused"
<-> clearheaded

{adj: confusing, perplexing, puzzling} lacking clarity of meaning; causing confusion or perplexity
"sent confusing signals to Iraq"
"perplexing to someone who knew nothing about it"
"a puzzling statement"

{adj: confusing} causing confusion or disorientation
"a confusing jumble of road signs"
"being hospitalized can be confusing and distressing for a small child"

{adj: dazed, foggy, groggy, logy, stuporous} stunned or confused and slow to react (as from blows or drunkenness or exhaustion)

{adj: disconnected, disunited, fragmented, split} having been divided; having the unity destroyed
"Congress...gave the impression of...a confusing sum of disconnected local forces"-Samuel Lubell
"a league of disunited nations"- E.B.White
"a fragmented coalition"
"a split group"

{adj: diversionary} (of tactics e.g.) likely or designed to confuse or deceive

{adj: effective} existing in fact; not theoretical; real
"a decline in the effective demand"
"confused increased equipment and expenditure with the quantity of effective work done"

{adj: embedded} inserted as an integral part of a surrounding whole
"confused by the embedded Latin quotations"
"an embedded subordinate clause"

{adj: fundamental, profound} far-reaching and thoroughgoing in effect especially on the nature of something
"the fundamental revolution in human values that has occurred"
"the book underwent fundamental changes"
"committed the fundamental error of confusing spending with extravagance"
"profound social changes"

{adj: fuzzy} confused and not coherent; not clearly thought out
"a vague and fuzzy idea of the world of finance"

{adj: ill-defined, unclear} poorly stated or described
"he confuses the reader with ill-defined terms and concepts"
<-> well-defined

{adj: spaced-out} confused or disoriented as if intoxicated through taking a drug

{adj: tangled} in a confused mass
"pushed back her tangled hair"
"the tangled ropes"
<-> untangled

{adv: bewilderingly, confusingly} in a bewildering and confusing manner
"her situation was bewilderingly unclear"

{adv: chaotically} in a wild and confused manner
"the drugged man was talking chaotically"

{adv: confusedly} in a confused manner
"Queen Augusta wrote him an hysterical letter in which she confusedly sympathised with him"

{adv: easily, easy} with ease (`easy' is sometimes used informally for `easily')
"she was easily excited"
"was easily confused"
"he won easily"
"this china breaks very easily"
"success came too easy"

{n: Allen, Gracie Allen, Grace Ethel Cecile Rosalie Allen, Gracie} United States comedienne remembered as the confused but imperturbable partner of her husband, George Burns (1906-1964)

{n: American hop, Humulus americanus} native American plant sometimes confused with the European hop

{n: Disciotis venosa, cup morel} an edible morel with a cup-shaped or saucer-shaped fruiting body can be up to 20 cm wide; the fertile surface inside the cup has wrinkles radiating from the center; can be easily confused with inedible mushrooms

{n: Tower of Babel, Babel} (Genesis 11:1-11) a tower built by Noah's descendants (probably in Babylon) who intended it to reach up to heaven; God foiled them by confusing their language so they could no longer understand one another

{n: addle-head, addlehead, loon, birdbrain} a person with confused ideas; incapable of serious thought

{n: alphabet soup} a confusing assortment
"Roosevelt created an alphabet soup of federal agencies"

{n: background, background signal} extraneous signals that can be confused with the phenomenon to be observed or measured
"they got a bad connection and could hardly hear one another over the background signals"

{n: brouhaha} a confused disturbance far greater than its cause merits

{n: button snakeroot, Eryngium aquaticum} coarse prickly perennial eryngo with aromatic roots; southeastern United States; often confused with rattlesnake master

{n: cacophony} loud confusing disagreeable sounds

{n: clutter, jumble, muddle, fuddle, mare's nest, welter, smother} a confused multitude of things

{n: complication} a situation or condition that is complex or confused
"her coming was a serious complication"

{n: confusion, discombobulation} a feeling of embarrassment that leaves you confused

{n: demonstration} a show of military force or preparedness
"he confused the enemy with feints and demonstrations"

{n: disinformation} misinformation that is deliberately disseminated in order to influence or confuse rivals (foreign enemies or business competitors etc.)

{n: electromagnetic intrusion} the deliberate insertion of electromagnetic energy into transmission paths with the objective of confusing or deceiving operators

{n: false deathcap, Amanita mappa} agaric often confused with the death cup

{n: fire-on-the-mountain, painted leaf, Mexican fire plant, Euphorbia cyathophora} poinsettia of United States and eastern Mexico; often confused with Euphorbia heterophylla

{n: hubbub, uproar, brouhaha, katzenjammer} loud confused noise from many sources

{n: hugger-mugger, mumbo jumbo} a state of confusion; ritual accompanied by complicated and purposeless activity that obscures and confuses
"he engaged in the hugger-mugger of international finance"

{n: imbroglio, embroilment} an intricate and confusing interpersonal or political situation

{n: improbability, improbableness} the quality of being improbable
"impossibility should never be confused with improbability"
"the improbability of such rare coincidences"
<-> probability

{n: lucidity} a lucid state of mind; not confused

{n: mind game} deliberate actions of calculated psychological manipulation intended to intimidate or confuse (usually for competitive advantage)
"football players try to play mind games with the opposition"
"the jeweler's mind game is to convince lovers that the size of a gemstone reflects the depth of their feelings"

{n: nitrogen narcosis} confused or stuporous state caused by high levels of dissolved nitrogen in the blood
"deep-sea divers can suffer nitrogen narcosis from breathing air under high pressure"

{n: palaver, hot air, empty words, empty talk, rhetoric} loud and confused and empty talk
"mere rhetoric"

{n: paramnesia} (psychiatry) a disorder of memory in which dreams or fantasies are confused with reality

{n: perturbation, fluster} a disposition that is confused or nervous and upset

{n: razzle-dazzle, razzle, razzmatazz, razmataz} any exciting and complex play intended to confuse (dazzle) the opponent

{n: rigmarole, rigamarole} a long and complicated and confusing procedure
"all that academic rigmarole was a waste of time"

{n: rigmarole, rigamarole} a set of confused and meaningless statements

{n: schemozzle, shemozzle} (Yiddish) a confused situation or affair; a mess

{n: smoke screen, smokescreen} an action intended to conceal or confuse or obscure
"requesting new powers of surveillance is just a smokescreen to hide their failures"

{n: tangle, snarl, maze} something jumbled or confused
"a tangle of government regulations"

{n: whirl, commotion} confused movement
"he was caught up in a whirl of work"
"a commotion of people fought for the exits"

{v: addle, muddle, puddle} mix up or confuse
"He muddled the issues"

{v: bewilder, bemuse, discombobulate, throw} cause to be confused emotionally

{v: bother} make confused or perplexed or puzzled

{v: confuse, blur, obscure, obnubilate} make unclear, indistinct, or blurred
"Her remarks confused the debate"
"Their words obnubilate their intentions"

{v: confuse, confound} mistake one thing for another
"you are confusing me with the other candidate"
"I mistook her for the secretary"

{v: confuse, flurry, disconcert, put off} cause to feel embarrassment
"The constant attention of the young man confused her"

{v: confuse, throw, fox, befuddle, fuddle, bedevil, confound, discombobulate} be confusing or perplexing to ; cause to be unable to think clearly
"These questions confuse even the experts"
"This question completely threw me"
"This question befuddled even the teacher"

{v: confuse} make unclear or incomprehensible
"The new tax return forms only confuse"

{v: demoralize} confuse or put into disorder
"the boss's behavior demoralized everyone in the office"

{v: entangle, tangle, mat, snarl} twist together or entwine into a confusing mass
"The child entangled the cord"
<-> disentangle, unsnarl

{v: flurry} move in an agitated or confused manner

{v: fluster} be flustered ; behave in a confused manner

{v: jumble, confuse, mix up} assemble without order or sense
"She jumbles the words when she is supposed to write a sentence"

{v: mill, mill about, mill around} move about in a confused manner

{v: scuffle, tussle} fight or struggle in a confused way at close quarters
"the drunken men started to scuffle"

{v: snarl, snarl up, embrangle} make more complicated or confused through entanglements

{v: tumble} throw together in a confused mass
"They tumbled the teams with no apparent pattern"

Even patients with clear-cut dementia and depression are less confused when their depression is treated.

Parents should also be aware that repeated separations and reconciliations are difficult and confusing for children.

A couple of doors down at 95/19( don't let the numbers confuse you) is Sipsong Panna Silver, an impressive collection of vintage silverware, custom-made jewelry, opium weights and beads from Thailand and neighboring counties.
再过几个店子,来到 95号(别让这些号码搞晕你的头)就是西松帕纳银器店,这里收藏着数量可观、质量可靠的银制品、定制的珠宝和来自泰国及邻近国家的鸦片秤和珠子。

Certainly the Millennium Star will never be confused with the manmade gems called Moissanite, whose appearance and structure are so close to the genuine article that some jewelers have been duped into paying diamond prices for gems worth only a tenth of their price.

At present, users are charged high and confusing rates for calls received when they are abroad since the calls must be passed between phone companies.

Getting around in Japan's cramped cities with its narrow, winding and often confusing city streets can be a pain for locals and visitors alike.

Baghdad University college student Alia Hadi, remembers.The second-year college student says she was very glad to see Saddam Hussein on the television, looking confused from hiding in a hole. She says this was the last right of all Iraqis, to see their God punish him like he punished the Iraqis. She says he should be prosecuted and put to death.

With long hair and a long graying beard, Saddam Hussein looked confused and very tired. Within hours of his capture, a videotape was released, showing a doctor examining the former dictator, including an examination of his teeth. It was not an image most Iraqis ever expected to see.

The general manager of Radio Dijla, a station that broadcasts the views and opinions of Iraqis, is Karim Yousef. Mr. Yousef says many Iraqis were saddened to see Saddam Hussein captured in this way. He says Saddam held the power of Iraq for 35 years and many people considered him to be a brave and powerful man. He says it was sad to see Saddam looking so confused, with his long hair and beard.

Activity code
The following subclassification is provided for optional use in a supplementary character
position with categories V01-Y34 to indicate the activity of the injured person at the
time the event occurred. This subclassification should not be confused with, or be used
instead of, the recommended fourth-character subdivisions provided to indicate the place
of occurrence of events classifiable to W00-Y34.
下列次分类以 V01-Y34 范围为补充码 , 可选择用来指出
归类於 W00-Y34 ( 即被用来指出事件发生地点的第 4 字码
次分类混淆、或取而代之 )

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