- v.使迷惑，使混乱( perplex的现在分词 );
- 动词: perplex;
British Parliamentary procedure is perplexing at the best of times.
It took years to understand many perplexing diseases.
This might seem very perplexing to those who know nothing about it.
The warmth and friendliness he felt toward him now were perplexing.
The whole affair is very perplexing.
The problems it created were very perplexing.
The issues we have raised in this section are among the most perplexing in economics.
But how lightning manages to accelerate these electrons is extremely perplexing.
I do not know where family doctors acquired illegiBly perplexing handwriting.
His demeanour had a kind of melancholy which was perplexing.
The biggest black holes in the universe are also the most perplexing.
To start a family sometimes could be perplexing or complicated.
A simple alloy of nickel and titanium nitinol has some perplexing properties.
He was determined to find answers to life's most perplexing questions.
At first sight, the result has a rather perplexing geometry.
1. lacking clarity of meaning; causing confusion or perplexity;
"sent confusing signals to Iraq"
"perplexing to someone who knew nothing about it"
"a puzzling statement"