English version

bewildering

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbewilderingbe‧wil‧der‧ing /bɪˈwɪldərɪŋ/ ●○○ adjective  CONFUSEDconfusing, especially because there are too many choices or things happening at the same timea bewildering variety/array/range a bewildering variety of choicesbewilderingly adverb The details are bewilderingly complex.
Examples from the Corpus
bewilderingChanges in society are happening so fast, they sometimes seem bewildering.The array is bewildering and the effect is numbing.In the interim we will be faced with a bewildering array of options.We had, to the uninitiated, a bewildering assortment of electric sockets throughout the house.Some of the bewildering range of ventures succeeded.You are angry, vulnerable, gentle, fierce, with such bewildering speed that I find it fascinating.Red Jungle Fowl are the progenitors of the bewildering variety of domestic fowl.Currently there is a bewildering variety of software available and my first task will be to suggest a simple classification.There was a bewildering variety of styles to choose from.a bewildering variety/array/rangeFrom what you can see, the interior is densely packed with a bewildering array of molecules in all shapes and sizes.In the interim we will be faced with a bewildering array of options.There appears to be a bewildering array of choices of software and hardware.There is a bewildering array of such advice available now.Supermarkets sell a bewildering range of anti-bacterial wipes for everything from toilet seats to train handles.The money that changes hands can take a bewildering variety of forms and flow in various directions.Instead, we were mired in a bewildering range of local experiments and a decade-long national debate.Currently there is a bewildering variety of software available and my first task will be to suggest a simple classification.
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