Translation of purblind in Spanish:

purblind

Pronunciation: /ˈpɜːrblaɪnd; ˈpɜːblaɪnd/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 (partly blind) [literary/literario] cegato
    More example sentences
    • Othello, though decently acted by Keith David, needs to be of more heroic stature, more purblind nobility, and, eventually, of more pitiable, poetic grandeur than mere competence can summon.
    • But the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the agency charged with safeguarding the nation's 103 reactors, remained strangely purblind to the threat.
    • Even when you're a purblind dogmatist who wants to shut it down, I guess you've got to at least pay lip service to it, which explains the name.
    1.2 (narrow-minded) ciego, miope

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