- vt. 使混淆；挫败；讨厌；使混乱
- 1.His behaviour confounded her.
- 2.He was to preach the doctrines, and I was to confound all opponents.
- 3.Dialogs can become useful assistants that help your users accomplish their goals, instead of dreaded roadblocks that confound them at every step.
- 1.be confusing or perplexing to; cause to be unable to think clearly
- 2.mistake one thing for another
- 使惶恐,使混淆; 混淆; 使混淆; 惊讶;
- Confound it
- confound with
- 分不清; 与...相混淆;
- confound right and wrong
- 混淆是非; 黑白不分; 黑白不分:;
- be confound at