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mixed up

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Psychology, psychiatry
mixed upˌmixed ˈup adjective πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 β†’ be/get mixed up in something2 β†’ be/get mixed up with somebody3 [not before noun]CONFUSED confused, for example because you have too many different details to remember or think about πŸ”Š I get all mixed up over the money whenever I travel abroad.4 (also mixed-up) informalMPCONFUSED confused and suffering from emotional problems syn screwed up πŸ”Š She’s just a crazy mixed-up kid. β†’ mix up at mix1, mix-up
Examples from the Corpus
mixed upβ€’ There was so much paperwork that Brian got mixed up and forgot to sign the check.β€’ a mixed up college kid
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