Probably. To “be befuddled” is to be confused or perplexed (perplejo). The base verb is befuddle and the adjective is befuddled.
- I am befuddled (estoy confundido) by the new Covid 19 rules.
- Mr. Sanchez is trying to befuddle and distract us from the big problems in Spain (…está intentando confundirnos y distraernos de los…).
- Podemos, the political party in Spain, is in a befuddled state (…estado mental de confusión).
- Taxes in Spain befuddle me.
So have you ever been befuddled? Or have you befuddled someone?