blindfold

US [ˈblaɪndˌfoʊd]
UK [ˈblaɪn(d)ˌfəʊld]
  • n.眼罩;遮眼布
  • adj.眼睛被蒙住的;盲目的
  • v.蒙住(某人)眼睛;使…分辨不清
  • Web被蒙上眼睛的;蒙住眼睛;障眼物
Plural Form:blindfolds  Present Participle:blindfolding  Past Tense:blindfolded  
blindfold
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n.
1.
障眼物;眼罩something that is put over sb's eyes so they cannot see
v.
1.
~ sb
(用布等)蒙住…的眼睛to cover sb's eyes with a piece of cloth or other covering so that they cannot see
The hostages were tied up and blindfolded.
人质被捆绑起来并蒙上了眼睛。
adj.
1.
被蒙住眼睛(的)with the eyes covered
The reporter was taken blindfold to a secret location.
那位记者被蒙着眼睛带到了一处秘密的地方。
I knew the way home blindfold(= because it was so familiar) .
我蒙着眼都能走到家。
I could do that blindfold(= very easily, with no problems) .
我做这事易如反掌。

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