English to Czech Meaning :: bemused

Bemused :
zmatený
zmatený, omráčený, zadumaný - zmatenýzmatenýzmateně
 
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Verb(1) cause to be confused emotionally
Adjective(1) deeply absorbed in thought(2) perplexed by many conflicting situations or statements; filled with bewilderment

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(1) Passion, Sondheim's most operatic work, continues to baffle the ear and bemuse the mind.(2) Players who bemuse the opposition are exciting but those who confuse themselves as well can be simply glorious.(3) This movie is more of a camp festival of excesses, where tone and temperament are identified and altered to confuse and bemuse the audience.(4) I'm bemused by the continual croaking and moaning that goes on about budgets.(5) I was bemused to hear two men in conversation while they were rummaging through shop bargains.(6) All of these things cause my brain befuddlement, bemusement and general confusion.(7) As bemused commuters hurried by, small chanting groups poured out from the early morning bars.(8) IT is very easy to be snooty about the work of John Steinbeck who, to the bemusement of many, won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1962.(9) He looked utterly bemused by the question, shook his head and smiled broadly.(10) John grinned bemusedly , a girly, naive grin that often made the girls back home swoon.(11) After the show I ask him what he thought of the proceedings, and he says he was bemused by most of the criticism.(12) Evidence of this came two years ago when, to some bemusement , property prices began to play catch-up with less traumatised parts of the county.(13) He is still bemused by the enigmatic arrival and departure of his illness.(14) Asked to describe its colour, she replied ‘gosling green’, much to the bemusement of the locals.(15) He seems bemused by his new surroundings goats, geese, Shetland ponies and a variety of other animals.(16) Environmental groups and other observers were left scratching their heads in bemusement .
Related Words
(1) bemuse ::
omráčit
Synonyms
Adjective
1. bewildered ::
zmatený
2. confused ::
zmatený
4. perplexed ::
zmateně
5. baffled ::
bezradný
9. befuddled ::
popletený
11. at sea ::
v moři
12. at a loss ::
v rozpacích
13. taken aback ::
zaskočen
16. flummoxed ::
flummoxed
17. bamboozled ::
napálil
18. clueless ::
bezradný
Verb
21. throw ::
hod
22. bewilder ::
zmást
23. discombobulate ::
discombobulate
Different Forms
bemused, bemusedly
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