English to Shona Meaning of fluster - fluster

Fluster :

vanomhanyira kunovanda kuseri kwavanaamai, kuchema, Hue, pakukakavadzana kwose, mhere-mhere, kurumidza, mangumangu, kukasira, kukurumidza, mbaravara, vakanyorerana kakawanda, mufambo, bongozozo, mafundo mafundo, rinopfungaira, nokunyonganiswa

zungunusa, paumba, kukanganisa, kuva kunetseka, kuva vakanyongana, anofanira ndakamutsa, chinongova chipatapata, pakukakavadzana kwose, bongozozo, hukura

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Definitions of fluster in English
Noun(1) a disposition that is confused or nervous and upset
Verb(1) be flustered; behave in a confused manner(2) cause to be nervous or upset
Examples of fluster in English
(1) the main thing is not to get all in a fluster(2) A tinge of red prevailed his cheeks, a sign of his fluster .(3) Betty went behind the bar with a fluster of agitation.(4) The new year came and went without the usual fluster and bustle of activity.(5) So, as iconic as Marilyn Monroe and Madonna may be, York men are more likely to get themselves into a fluster over Angelina Jolie and Catherine Zeta Jones.(6) Perhaps it was the occasion that got to them, but their option-taking, their shooting, their general fluster in the opening half, cost them many a score, at both ends of the field.(7) Accept the fluster of lost door keys, the hour badly spent.(8) Her fluster taken out of her by his kind words, Ral was only able to stare up at him, her crystal blue eyes searching for any malice that he might have.(9) His playing of Sarah the Cook - ruddy of cheek, in need of a fashion makeover from Trinny and Susannah - is full of pathos, mock shock and motherly fluster and concern.(10) Brandon walked by, in a fluster , and dropped a note onto Joshua's tray.(11) The reason behind Julia's fluster was the numerous killer smiles, accidental caresses she got from Jeff.(12) After a minute, faking fluster and fanning down her ardour, the lady managed a ├ö├ç├┐Monsieur!├ö├ç├û(13) In Internet parlance, the baby-faced de Jong is a newby, and he's not hiding the fact with his overly earnest fluster following his unceremonious deflowering.(14) My friend Mouse had got so many tickets they cost (wait for it) Ôö¼├║750 and he had rung me in something of a last minute fluster with one going spare.(15) The red-hot favourite got in a real fluster on his way down to the start and Philip Robinson had to wrestle the reins to keep him under control.(16) I guess I must have fallen asleep because the last thing I remember was lying down on my bed staring up at the ceiling in an angry fluster .
Related Phrases of fluster
(1) fluster ::
1. state of agitation ::
ezvinhu kutambudza
2. state of anxiety ::
mamiriro mwoyo
3. nervous state ::
huta mamiriro
4. panic ::
5. frenzy ::
6. fret ::
7. dither ::
8. flap ::
10. tizzy ::
11. twitter ::
12. state ::
13. sweat ::
14. unsettle ::
15. make nervous ::
kuti huta
16. unnerve ::
17. agitate ::
18. ruffle ::
19. upset ::
20. bother ::
21. put on edge ::
kupfeka kumucheto
22. disquiet ::
23. disturb ::
24. worry ::
25. perturb ::
26. disconcert ::
27. confuse ::
28. throw off balance ::
kukanda takatsiga
29. confound ::
30. rattle ::
31. faze ::
32. put into a flap ::
ndokuiswa kurova-rova
33. throw into a tizzy ::
kukanda kuva tizzy
34. discombobulate ::
Different Forms
fluster, flustered, flustering, flusters
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