fluster

US [ˈflʌstər]
UK [ˈflʌstə(r)]
  • n.慌张;慌乱
  • v.使忙乱;使慌乱;使紧张
  • Web混乱;激动;醉
Simple Present:flusters  Present Participle:flustering  Past Tense:flustered  
fluster
v.
1.
[oftpass]
~ sb
使忙乱;使慌乱;使紧张to make sb nervous and/or confused, especially by giving them a lot to do or by making them hurry
n.
1.
[sing]
慌乱;慌张a state of being nervous and confused

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