English - Vietnamese Dictionary
blur /blə:/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- cảnh mờ, dáng mập mờ; trạng thái mập mờ
- to cast a blur on someone's name
- ngoại động từ
- mist blur red view
- sương mù làm cảnh vật mờ đi
- làm bẩn, bôi bẩn; làm nhoè ((nghĩa đen), (nghĩa bóng))
+a hazy or indistinct representation
+become glassy; lose clear vision
+to make less distinct or clear
+make unclear, indistinct, or blurred
+make a smudge on; soil by smudging
+make dim or indistinct
+become vague or indistinct
Advanced English Dictionary
1 indistinctness, dimness, haziness, cloudiness, fogginess:
We were unable to pick out the star from the blur of the Galaxy.
2 fog, haze, Brit fuzz:
Without my spectacles, everything is a blur.
3 dim, befog, obscure, bedim; efface:
My vision was momentarily blurred, and I didn't see the oncoming car.
4 obscure, hide, conceal, veil, mask; weaken:
The Honourable Gentleman has blurred the distinction between the unemployed and the unemployable.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 a shape that you cannot see clearly, often because it is moving too fast: His arm was a rapid blur of movement as he struck. + Everything is a blur when I take my glasses off.
2 something that you cannot remember clearly: The events of that day were just a blur.
+ verb (-rr-)
1 if the shape or outline of sth blurs, or if sth blurs it, it becomes less clear and sharp: [V] The writing blurred and danced before his eyes. + [VN] The mist blurred the edges of the buildings.
2 if sth blurs your eyes or vision, or your eyes or vision blur, you cannot see things clearly: [VN] Tears blurred her eyes. [also V]
3 to become or make sth become difficult to distinguish clearly: [V] The differences between art and life seem to have blurred. + [VN] She tends to blur the distinction between her friends and her colleagues.
dim, faint, pale
The object was a dim blur in the moonlight.
a blur of colours and patterns
be all a (bit of a) blur/just a blur
I can't remember that day very well. It's all a bit of a blur.
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