- to make (someone) uncertain or unable to understand something
- The city's winding streets confuse [=perplex] most visitors.
- The general was trying to confuse the enemy.
- She was confused by many of the scientific terms in the article.
- Stop confusing [=blurring] the issue.
- The new evidence only confused matters further.
- I always confuse [=(informal) mix up] your car and mine.
- You must be confusing me with someone else.
- Some people confuse money with happiness. [=think that having a lot of money will make them happy]