Translation of blur in Spanish:

blur

desdibujar, v.

Pronunciation /bləː//blər/

transitive verb

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    (outline/image) desdibujar
    (outline/image) hacer borroso
    (distinction) hacer menos claro
    (memory) hacer borroso
    his eyes were blurred with tears las lágrimas empañaban sus ojos
    • I took one look at them and ran back up to my room with tears blurring my vision.
    • It is blurring the traditional distinctions between domestic and foreign policy.
    • The fact is that things look a lot rosier with this bag of weirdly-named innovators blurring genre boundaries.
    • He is determined not to commit the past mistake of blurring the thin line between an actor and writer.
    • Her vision was blurring, her head still pounding from the screeching of the alarm which could be heard faintly in the distance.
    • All the music in the production is performed by the actors, blurring the distinction between actor and musician.
    • We have all been guilty of it: blurring the lines between reality and fiction.
    • After blurring the lines between good and evil so skillfully, this ending comes as a somewhat hollow conclusion.
    • And the war is not the only force challenging and blurring the traditional male role as the protector of women.
    • She looked at the letter but could not read it for the tears blurring her vision.
    • Where did it come from, and why is it blurring the boundaries of spiritual and secular realms?
    • Mist had settled over the rolling hills like the veil of new tears, blurring the beautiful landscape.
    • This is pretty daring stuff, blurring the line between the erotic and the intimate.
    • I like blurring the lines between environmental sounds and those that are digital.
    • It's more like a soap opera without a script, blurring the line between what is real and what is manufactured for the cameras.
    • I insisted that it was not possible to encourage excellence while at the same time blurring the definition of failure.
    • Back then, nobody had previously thought to dilute two huge individual reputations by blurring them in one event.
    • The line is blurring between the people who make things and the people who buy them.
    • The grey seafog sweeps in, blurring the boundary between sea and land, disorientating anyone held in its spell.
    • The sublime views are definitely worth the climb but sadly, the further up we go the more my vision is blurring.

intransitive verb

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    (outline/image) desdibujarse
    (outline/image) hacerse borroso
    (lines/writing) hacerse borroso

noun

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    everything became a blur todo se volvió borroso
    • a blur of colors una masa de colores indistintos
    • my recollection of the party is a blur tengo un recuerdo vago / borroso de la fiesta
    • My brain does not work the same way as yours does, my life that I existed in seems a blur to me, I cant remember most bits.
    • The next few moments were a blur, but I remember seeing that we were at the very top.
    • She herself certainly doesn't remember how - another of those blurs of memory.
    • God, I wish I THOUGHT about what was going on then… who knows, I can only remember blurs… and Shane comes in.
    • I remember the emergency room as a crowded blur and was so thankful that Deanna had everything prepared.
    • The whole first two days are a complete blur, I really can barely remember that.
    • He thought for a while, but everything was really a blur; he could not really remember anything.
    • Everything has been a bit of a blur since the hospital hell.
    • I remembered the heat like a dream, a blur of drunkenness and hangovers and sweat-tangled sheets.
    • The days and nights that followed were a blur of happiness, enjoyment and contentment.
    • You barely get to see some of the areas you're going so fast - everything becomes a colorful blur!
    • The rest of the evening throughout the night was a fast blur as the maids scurried and everyone got ready to leave.
    • There's nothing substantive to latch onto - all I remember is a blur of lights, noise and sweaty torsos.
    • The next morning went by like a blur, and she faintly remembered a short conversation with him last night.
    • It all seems like a blur now, but I do remember the important bits.
    • My first two days in the hospital are a blur, but on the third my fever broke and I started to feel a little better.
    • After almost eight years, it is all a blur but I can still remember this sense of community and belonging among the people.
    • What followed was very much of a blur, but all I remember was this extreme pain as if my body was being ripped in two.
    • Our Michigan summer is a blur, but we followed that up the next summer with 6 weeks at UCLA.
    • The rest of his innings, before and after, will be remembered as a blur, a flurry of unreal machismo.