Blind


adjetivo

  • unable to see; sightless.
    “she suffered from glaucoma, which has left her completely blind”
    sinónimos: sightless, unsighted, visually impaired, visionless, unseeing, partially sighted, purblind, as blind as a bat
    lacking perception, awareness, or discernment.
    “he’s absolutely blind where you’re concerned, isn’t he?”
    sinónimos: imperceptive, unperceptive, insensitive, slow, obtuse, uncomprehending, stupid, unintelligent, dense, dim, thick, dumb, dopey, dozy; unmindful of, mindless of, careless of, heedless of, oblivious to, insensible to, unconcerned about, indifferent to; uncritical, unreasoned, unthinking, unconsidered, mindless, undiscerning, indiscriminate
    concealed or closed, in particular.
    (used in emphatic expressions) not the slightest.
    “you don’t know a blind thing!”
    drunk.
    “Originally the upper floor housed the council chambers, while the underneath had a storeroom and a blind house, where drunks were locked up for the night.”

sustantivo

  • people who are unable to see.
    “guide dogs for the blind”
    an obstruction to sight or light, in particular.
    something designed to conceal one’s real intentions.
    “he phoned again from his own home: that was just a blind for his wife”
    sinónimos: deception, smokescreen, front, facade, cover, pretext, masquerade, feint, camouflage, trick, ploy, ruse, machination
    a heavy drinking bout.
    “he’s off on a blind again”
    a legitimate business concealing a criminal enterprise.
    “The third time he wins, and afterward uses a big-town barber shop as a blind for his elaborate gambling house.”

verbo

  • cause (someone) to be unable to see, permanently or temporarily.
    “the injury temporarily blinded him”
    sinónimos: make blind, deprive of sight, render sightless, put someone’s eyes out
    deprive (someone) of understanding, judgment, or perception.
    “a clever tactician blinded by passion”
    sinónimos: deprive of judgment, deprive of perception, deprive of reason, deprive of sense

adverbio

  • without being able to see clearly.
    “he was the first pilot in history to fly blind”
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