- [hills/outline/image/vision] borroso; [sound] indistinto, poco claro all the photos were blurred todas las fotos habían salido mal enfocadas or (in Latin America also/en América Latina también) fuera de foco I felt dizzy and then everything went blurred me mareé y empecé a verlo todo borroso his vision started to get blurred empezó a nublársele la vista the picture became blurred la imagen perdió nitidez the distinction had become blurred in her mind ya no veía claramente la diferenciaMore example sentences
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- We certainly wouldn't be trying to emulate people with blurred vision.
- The darkness was unworldly, he thought; objects blurred into each other, colors shifted to become unnatural.
- Symptoms included nausea, vertigo, headaches and blurred vision.
- The actual midden matrix itself was a stratigraphical disappointment with its depositional history blurred beyond recovery.
- Polishing the clouds, the blue of my eyes shines through the blurred glass.
- The lines dividing the first form of self-assertion from the second aren't merely being blurred; they're getting paved over.
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