смущать; приводить в замешательство; сбивать с толку; помрачать сознание; смешивать; спутывать; создавать путаницу; приводить в беспорядок
- The defence is too frequent, passionate and uncompromising to suggest that it was all a short-term tactic to confuse.
- Do not confuse yourself.
- A philosophical theory is essentially a reflection on a practice, and the first-person perspective expresses engagement in the practice: to apply the theory first-personally is to confuse levels.
- Do not scold and then pet a short time later as this will only confuse him.
- However, it is easy to confuse intolerance with anxiety or lack of cooperation.
- Just as the magician fools his audience with his sleight of hand, so deflection displays confuse the pouncing predator by sending him false signals.
- Don't confuse the environment with the wider systems of interest , which, although providing inputs and receiving outputs, exercise control over the system being considered, normally by setting the standards, rules and so on; additionally, the wider system often provides the resources that are used by the subject system.
- It is a high recommendation for a tropical island; but don't let the title confuse your geography.
- It would also be wise to assume that by now the Russians know all about this technology and can, when necessary, not only match it but confuse it.
- She was apt to confuse the past with the present, talking of events that had happened forty or fifty years ago as though they had happened only the day before.
- This will help us not to confuse physical pleasure with true happiness or the spiritual reality of joy.
- But don't confuse "Treble" with "Treble Boost".
- Don't confuse it with P. ornatus , which is small and peaceful.