an equivalent to 'jigsaw puzzle' :o)
Indeed, the French use the anglicism 'puzzle' to name what you see below : most of you know only this meaning...
... thus, you started asking yourselves questions about the meaning of the word in yesterday's exercise. As a matter of fact, "puzzle" can have different meanings, and it can also be part of several grammar categories.
And if you "puzzle out" something, you solve a problem, find a solution or decode an enigma :o)
When someone or something is "puzzling", he/it is "difficult to explain or to understand".
On the other hand, when you get "puzzled", you are "confused because you do not understand something".
>>> Cambridge Advanced Learner's online dictionary