Translation of blur in Spanish:
transitive verb -rr-
- (outline/image)hacer borroso(distinction)hacer menos claro(memory)his eyes were blurred with tearshacer borrosolas lágrimas empañaban sus ojosExample sentences
- I took one look at them and ran back up to my room with tears blurring my vision.
- She looked at the letter but could not read it for the tears blurring her vision.
- The grey seafog sweeps in, blurring the boundary between sea and land, disorientating anyone held in its spell.
- everything became a blura blur of colorstodo se volvió borrosomy recollection of the party is a bluruna masa de colores indistintostengo un recuerdo vago or borroso de la fiestaExample sentences
- There's nothing substantive to latch onto - all I remember is a blur of lights, noise and sweaty torsos.
- God, I wish I THOUGHT about what was going on then… who knows, I can only remember blurs… and Shane comes in.
- The rest of the evening throughout the night was a fast blur as the maids scurried and everyone got ready to leave.
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