- v.使迷惑，使难解( puzzle的现在分词 ); 为难，伤脑筋，苦思;
- 名词: puzzle;
His letter poses a number of puzzling questions.
This whole business is very puzzling. There is a lot more to it than meets the eye.
If you pin people down, they will tell you some puzzling things about stress.
His very last paintings are perhaps the most puzzling.
This whole business is very puzzling.
He sits puzzling over ancient Hebrew texts.
He was studying the map and puzzling about the easiest way to cross the mountains.
I must admit, it's puzzling in the extreme just how these books found their way here.
我不得不说,这些书怎么会出现在这儿, 真是 太 奇怪了.
The spelling of English is often puzzling.
These were nice questions, but Isabel's arrival put a stop to his puzzling over them.
After puzzling for hours I finally saw daylight and found the answer.
He puzzled that men found so much to about, and , puzzling, dozed in his chair.
他很困惑,人哪来那么多东西可写, 困惑着, 又在椅子里睡着了.
The teacher's explanation clarify the puzzling problem.
But for decades there has been a puzzling trend in the boy : girl ratio.
Owing to the long history, there are some puzzling problems in historical literature recordation.
There is something mysterious and puzzling about the entire painting.
These problems are very puzzling.
At first I found their remarks and reactions to the sights of daily Beijing life puzzling.
She's been puzzling over his strange letter for weeks.
To play such puzzling games can increase the intellectual level of children.
However the underground garage illumination question has been puzzling the developer, inhabitant's headache question.
They are puzzling through the mazy new rules of the game.
Water pollution is one of problems Puzzling the development of industry and agriculture in Haiyin.
China a great range of customs as habits that may seem puzzling a westerners.
At first glance, Asia's resilience is puzzling.
On the face of things, it is puzzling that such costly behaviour should persist.
They are puzzling through the new rules of the game.
He was puzzling over the old map.
Whether immigrants are good or bad for the economy has been puzzling economists.
1. not clear to the understanding;
"I didn't grasp the meaning of that enigmatic comment until much later"
"prophetic texts so enigmatic that their meaning has been disputed for centuries"
2. lacking clarity of meaning; causing confusion or perplexity;
"sent confusing signals to Iraq"
"perplexing to someone who knew nothing about it"
"a puzzling statement"