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Word of the Day: ‘confuse’

English lesson - confuse
‘confuse’ /kənˈfjuːz/

(verb) to make something difficult to understand; to make someone feel something is difficult to understand

“The professor’s long answer confused all the students in the class.”

COMMON USAGE

(noun) confusion: being confused; disorder

“The flight’s cancellation caused confusion throughout the airport.”

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