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1(confused) desconcertado(confused) perplejo(overwhelmed) apabulladoI was utterly bewildered by what she said — lo que dijo me dejó absolutamente perplejo
- Instead of handing me the phone, my stepmom gave me a bewildered look.
- His brother looked totally bewildered, which was a rarity.
- Over a million bewildered Americans wondered why their country had abandoned them.
- The bewildered governor had let them have their way.
- He told friends that he was absolutely bewildered at the fuss.
- Foresters are often completely bewildered that local communities resent them.
- I couldn't begin to explain my enthusiasm (much less the style and content of the films) to the bewildered friend who accompanied me.
- Carol, a bewildered student, comes to her professor, John, confessing her inability to cope with her course.
- Fluctuating wildly between bewildered Dr Jekyll and psychopathic Mr Hyde, Dafoe plays the role with unremitting glee, energy and panache.
- They then informed the slightly bewildered audience that we had just heard their first song.
- Her pages are packed with the stories of bewildered individuals who, finding themselves in difficulties on a variety of far-flung frontiers, struggle to adjust to their immediate situation.
- The nurse in charge simply gave me a bewildered look.
- There were a number of scared and bewildered children crying in their parents' arms.
- He looks like he always does: a slightly bewildered bloke, swept along by events.
- The dollar regained its composure, remaining stable against most major currencies, while gold prices slipped after hitting a high on Monday as a haven for bewildered investors.
- "This was supposed to be my big break," he cried to the bewildered audience.
- On every page there are unhappy husbands, bewildered boyfriends, disappointed lovers and delusional relatives.
- When I opened my eyes I saw a bewildered look on his face.
- He looked totally bewildered and kept on repeating, "What are you saying?"