Translation of puzzling in Spanish:


desconcertante, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈpəz(ə)lɪŋ//ˈpʌz(ə)lɪŋ//ˈpʌzlɪŋ/


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    • But the custom may seem puzzling or bizarre to many people today.
    • It really has been a very puzzling week.
    • The ending increased my strong, if puzzling, reaction.
    • IBS can affect children, too, giving them a puzzling set of digestive complaints.
    • What was puzzling was the manner of his exit.
    • At first blush, these responses may seem puzzling.
    • Among these, the most puzzling element to analysts has been the growth in personal income.
    • However, there is one aspect of the debate that is, to me, simply puzzling.
    • But the current discussion about moral status misses much that is most essential, and most interesting, and most puzzling.
    • The movie also has a puzzling attitude towards women.
    • Given the large structural changes in the complex, the small change in dynamics might seem puzzling.
    • The Labour leader added that other aspects of the situation were puzzling.
    • For an area that depends so much on tourism, the attitude of the authorities is puzzling.
    • And so in that sense, he is not puzzling to us.
    • Even more puzzling is that larger lizards from northern populations grow more slowly to reach their adult body size.
    • With hindsight, it is puzzling that I was not electrocuted.
    • Forensic tests must be done to bring more information in this puzzling, sad discovery.
    • Even so, I did find the whole arrangement rather puzzling.
    • There are many puzzling features about the French Air Force in 1940.
    • Every few yards there is a surreal spectacle, a puzzling riddle or a mysterious door.