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blur / contorno borroso
blur   [blɜ:r]
A. -noun
(=shape)   contorno (m) borroso
·everything is a blur when I take off my glasses
·todo se vuelve borroso cuando me quito los lentes
·the memory is just a blur
·es un recuerdo muy vago
·my mind was a blur
·todo se volvió borroso en mi mente
B. -transitive verb
1. (=obscure)
[+writing]   borrar,   hacer borroso
[+outline]   desdibujar
[+sight]   oscurecer,   empañar
·my eyes were blurred with tears
·las lágrimas me enturbiaban la vista
2. (figurative)
[+memory]   enturbiar
[+judgment]   ofuscar
C. -intransitive verb
(=be obscured)   desdibujarse,   volverse borroso
·her eyes blurred with tears
·las lágrimas le enturbiaban la vista
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