disorientated


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disorientated

(dɪsˈɔːrɪənteɪtɪd) or

disoriented

adj
1. (of a person) having lost his or her bearings
2. (of a person) confused
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disorientated

disoriented
adjective confused, lost, unsettled, bewildered, mixed up, perplexed, all at sea I feel dizzy and disoriented.
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disorientated

[dɪsˈɔːriənteɪtɪd] (British) disoriented [dɪsˈɔːriɛntɪd] adjdésorienté(e)
to become disorientated (= confused) → se sentir désemparé(e) (= lost) → perdre son sens de l'orientation
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When this happened I became suddenly disorientated by the seeming absence of shared assumptions about how community, society, ought to be.
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The second man then grabbed his wallet and watch while the victim was disorientated on the ground.
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Coleman said: "I noticed the lady at the side of the road - she seemed very disorientated and distressed.