There are 2 main translations of haze in Spanish:

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haze 1

American English: /heɪz/
British English: /heɪz/

noun (no plural)

  • 1.1 (due to humidity)
    (due to heat)
    a haze of dust/smoke
    una nube de polvo/humo
    Example sentences
    • Through the slight early morning haze, I could make out taller buildings to the left.
    • Polarizers are most commonly used to darken blue skies in outdoor and scenic photographs by cutting through atmospheric haze.
    • Atmospheric haze makes each layer of progressively distant peaks appear lighter in tone and color.
    1.2 (daze) See examples: I was/my mind was in a haze
    estaba aturdido
    in her drunken haze, she didn't see me
    estaba tan atontada por la borrachera que ni me vio

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haze 2

transitive verb

  • (American English)
    hacerle novatadas or (River Plate area) [colloquial] cargadas a
    Example sentences
    • True, just about every university in the world hazed its freshmen.
    • It used to be that veterans hazed rookies by making them sing their school songs.
    • A Marine who doesn't quite measure up is hazed by two fellow Marines at the Corp's base in Cuba.

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