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blind
British English: /blʌɪnd/
American English: /blaɪnd/

Translation of blind in Italian:

adjective

  • 1
    (person)
    cieco
    a blind man, woman
    un (uomo) cieco, una (donna) cieca
    to go blind
    perdere la vista
    to be blind in one eye
    essere cieco da un occhio
    are you blind? [informal]
    ma sei cieco?
    • Just as visually handicapped or visually impaired is often used in English instead of blind, Italian may substitute non vedente for cieco.
  • 3 (from which one can't see)
    (corner, brow of hill)
    con scarsa visibilità
    on my blind side
    dal mio angolo morto
    blind entrance
    entrata nascosta
  • 4 (without looking)
    (tasting)
    alla cieca
  • 5 (blank)
    (wall, facade)
    cieco
  • 7 (in e-mail)blind carbon copy
    copia carbone nascosta
  • 8 [informal] (slightest)he doesn't know a blind thing about it
    non ne sa proprio niente

noun

  • 1the blind + verbo pl.
    i ciechi, i non vedenti
    school for the blind
    scuola per ciechi

adverb

  • 1 (without seeing)
    (fly, land)
    senza visibilità
    (taste)
    alla cieca
  • 2 (Cookery)
    (bake)
    senza farcitura

transitive verb

  • 1
    (injury, accident)
    rendere cieco (person)
    to be blinded in an accident
    perdere la vista in un incidente
    to be blinded in one eye
    perdere la vista da un occhio
  • 3 (mislead, overwhelm)
    (pride, love)
    accecare
    to be blinded by
    essere accecato da (passion, love)

intransitive verb

(British English)

Idioms

love is blind

it's a case of the blind leading the blind

to rob somebody blind

lasciare qualcuno in mutande

to swear blind (that) …

giurare sulla propria testa (che) …

to turn a blind eye to something

chiudere un occhio su qualcosa o fare finta di non vedere qualcosa

to be blind as a bat

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