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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (confused)
a. confuso
I can't believe they would publish a garbage, mixed-up article like this.No puedo creer que publicarían un artículo confuso de basura como este.
b. desorientado
The police found a mixed-up older gentleman walking the streets without any ID on him.La policía encontró un señor mayor desorientado que caminaba por las calles sin identificación.
2. (conflicted)
a. con problemas
I was a mixed-up kid with no direction in life before I enlisted.Yo era un joven con problemas y sin rumbo en la vida antes de alistarme.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (colloquial)
a. desorientado(a), confuso(a) (person)
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mixed-up [ˈmɪkstˈʌp]
[+person, idea] confuso; [+things] revuelto
he's very mixed-up (disturbed) es una persona con problemas (psicológicos); (confused) está muy confuso
I was a very mixed-up teenager
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