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con·fuse / kənˈfyoōz/ • v. [tr.] cause (someone) to become bewildered or perplexed. ∎  make (something) more complex or less easy to understand. ∎  identify wrongly; mistake: purchasers might confuse the two products. DERIVATIVES: con·fus·ing·ly adv.

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