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blind

US [blaɪnd]
UK [blaɪnd]
  • n.盲人;窗帘;(尤指)卷帘;用以蒙蔽人的言行
  • adj.瞎的;失明的;(对某事)视而不见的;盲目接受的
  • v.使变瞎;使失明;使眼花;使目眩
  • adv.视线受阻地;仅靠仪表操纵地;盲目地
  • Web盲目的;盲的;百叶窗
Simple Present:blinds  Present Participle:blinding  Past Tense:blinded  
Blind
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adj.
— see also
blindly
1.
瞎的;失明的not able to see
Doctors think he will go blind .
医生们认为他会失明。
blind and partially sighted people
盲人和弱视者
One of her parents is blind.
她的父母有一个是盲人。
2.
~ (to sth)
(对某事)视而不见的,未察觉的not noticing or realizing sth
She is blind to her husband's faults.
她对丈夫的过错毫无察觉。
I must have been blind not to realize the danger we were in.
当时我一定是眼瞎了,竟然没有意识到我们所处的危险。
3.
[ubn]
盲目接受的;不能自制的seeming to be unreasonable, and accepted without question; seeming to be out of control
blind faith/obedience
盲目的信念;盲从
It was a moment of blind panic .
当时一阵莫名的惊慌。
4.
[ubn]
无理性的that cannot be controlled by reason
blind chance
盲目的偶然性
the blind force of nature
无法抵挡的自然力
5.
汽车司机看不见的;隐蔽的that a driver in a car cannot see, or cannot see around
a blind driveway
视线有盲区的车道
a blind bend/corner
隐蔽的弯道╱拐角
IDM
(as) blind as a bat
视力不佳not able to see well
the blind leading the blind
盲人教盲人;盲人引导瞎子a situation in which people with almost no experience or knowledge give advice to others who also have no experience or knowledge
He didn't take a blind bit of notice of me(= he ignored me) .
他压根儿没理睬我。
It won't make the blindest bit of difference(= it will make no difference at all) .
那根本不会有什么分别的。
not a blind bit/the blindest bit of…
(informal)
丝毫没有not any
He didn't take a blind bit of notice of me(= he ignored me) .
他压根儿没理睬我。
It won't make the blindest bit of difference(= it will make no difference at all) .
那根本不会有什么分别的。
turn a blind eye (to sth)
(对某事)佯装不见,睁一只眼闭一只眼to pretend not to notice sth bad that is happening, so you do not have to do anything about it
n.
1.
[pl]
盲人people who are blind
recorded books for the blind
为盲人制作的录音书
guide dogs for the blind
导盲犬
2.
[c]
窗帘;(尤指)卷帘a covering for a window, especially one made of a roll of cloth that is fixed at the top of the window and can be pulled up and down
3.
[sing]
用以蒙蔽人的言行;借口;托辞;幌子something people say or do to hide the truth about sth in order to trick other people
v.
1.
~ sb
使变瞎;使失明to permanently destroy sb's ability to see
She was blinded in the explosion.
她在那场爆炸中双目失明了。
2.
~ sb/sth
使眼花;使目眩to make it difficult for sb to see for a short time
When she went outside she was temporarily blinded by the sun.
走出户外时,她一时被阳光照得眼睛昏花。
3.
~ sb (to sth)
使思维混沌;使失去判断力to make sb no longer able to think clearly or behave in a sensible way
His sense of loyalty blinded him to the truth.
他的赤诚忠心使他看不清真相。
IDM
blind sb with science
用术语(或深奥的言语)使某人困惑to confuse sb by using technical or complicated language that they do not understand
adv.
1.
视线受阻地;仅靠仪表操纵地;盲目地without being able to see; using instruments only
IDM
blind drunk
烂醉如泥extremely drunk

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