1 unable to think clearly; bewildered 糊涂的; 迷乱的
*All your changes of plan have made me totally confused. 你把计划改来改去, 我都糊涂了.
* The old lady easily gets confused. 这个老太婆容易迷糊.
2 mixed up; not clear 混杂的; 不清楚的
*a confused account of what happened 对发生的事杂乱无章的叙述.
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French;Origin: confus, from Latin confusus, past participle of confundere; CONFOUND]
unable to understand or think clearly what someone is saying or what is happening
I'm totally confused. Could you explain that again?
If you're confused about anything, phone my office.
All the corridors looked the same and he felt thoroughly confused.
not clear or not easy to understand
Witness statements presented a confused picture of the incident.
a lot of confused ideas
1. But this killing leaves him confused—not because it is a murder, but because “good people” failed to call the police. 惟独这桩谋杀使他百思不得其解──不是因为它是杀人案，而是因为"好市民们"没有打电话报警。
2. We had to evolve the truth from a mass of confused evidence. 我们不得不从大量庞杂的证据中推断出事情的真象。
3. When my HIV test results returned positive, I was shocked and confused. Was I dying? Was my shot at the '88 Olympics vaporized? 当我知道自己的艾滋病检验结果是阳性时，我感到震惊和困惑。我会死去吗？我想在88年奥运会上再铸辉煌的心愿会化为泡影吗？
4. She is confused in mind. 她心绪纷乱。
5. She had never known her thoughts to be so confused; like the bats now above her, her thoughts quickly flew this way and that. 思绪从未这么乱过，就像头顶飞着的蝙蝠一样，忽东忽西。
6. I had their personalities confused because of their names!" 因为他们的名字，我把他们的性格给搞混了！"