adj (-zier, -ziest)
- 1 1.1 (frizzy) [hair] muy rizado, crespo; [beard] enmarañadoMore example sentences1.2 (downy) [skin/cheek] velloso, velludo 1.3 (fluffy, furry) (American English/inglés norteamericano) peludo
- After drying, and brushing, and pulling and brushing and drying some more, my hair was one huge, frizzy, fuzzy mop.
- I had a closer look at these guys and the white appears to be like fuzzy hairs.
- These extraordinary dinner companions offer the textures and flavors of fuzzy peaches, margaritas, and blackberries.
- 2 (blurred) [sound] confuso; [picture/outline] borroso she's still feeling a bit fuzzy todavía se siente un poco confusa or atontadaMore example sentences
- Vernacular psychology has it that emotions are irreducibly mysterious, too fuzzy and indistinct to analyse beyond a certain point.
- The element being used to flesh out this film to its original version is hampered by a fuzzy, indistinct print that has color and contrast issues.
- The point is with getting the right slant on facts, such facts as we have, which are always incomplete and often indistinct and fuzzy.
- 3 [Computing/Informática] [Logic] difusoMore example sentences
- An adaptive fuzzy control system prioritizes files for broadcast delivery or acquisition.
- Process monitoring is performed by a controller that uses fuzzy logic and neural network technology.
- Risk measurement with this fuzzy logic system produces an interval scale that enables some parametric analysis.
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