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blur

US [blɜr]
UK [blɜː(r)]
  • v.(使)变得模糊不清;(使)视线模糊;(使)看不清;(使)难以区分
  • n.(移动的)模糊形状;模糊的记忆
  • Web污点;布勒合唱团;使模糊
Plural Form:blurs  Past Tense:blurred  Present Participle:blurring  
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n.
1.
(移动的)模糊形状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.
他出击时胳膊快速一晃,令人眼花缭乱。
Everything is a blur when I take my glasses off.
我摘掉眼镜什么都变得模糊不清。
2.
模糊的记忆something that you cannot remember clearly
The events of that day were just a blur.
那天发生的事只剩一片模糊的记忆。
v.
1.
[i][t]
(使)变得模糊不清if the shape or outline of sthblurs , or if sthblurs it, it becomes less clear and sharp
The writing blurred and danced before his eyes.
字迹变得一片模糊,在他眼前晃动。
The mist blurred the edges of the buildings.
建筑群在薄雾中若隐若现。
2.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
(使)视线模糊;(使)看不清if sthblurs your eyes or vision, or your eyes or visionblur , you cannot see things clearly
Tears blurred her eyes.
泪水模糊了她的视线。
3.
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(使)难以区分to become or make sth become difficult to distinguish clearly
The differences between art and life seem to have blurred.
艺术和生活之间的差别似乎已变得模糊不清。
She tends to blur the distinction between her friends and her colleagues.
她往往将朋友和同事混淆起来。

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