In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(hills/image/outline/vision) borroso(sound) indistinto(sound) poco claroall the photos were blurred — todas las fotos habían salido mal enfocadas
- 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 diferencia
- At wits, I stopped to look at the stars, slightly blurred by a haze, but bright and glowing.
- I had lost all consciousness of bodily sensations and thoughts, and awareness, which was initially clear and present at the start of the practice, now became indistinct and blurred.
- When an opium addict stops smoking opium, his vision becomes blurred and he cannot keep proper balance.
- The boundary between the two degrees of disability obviously is blurred, and reasonable people will often disagree about a particular case.
- The two processes are indeed blurred in some interpretations of Jewish humor.
- Indeed, in certain respects the author has been let down by the publisher - the conclusion contains sections with blurred printing and poorly cut pages.
- The face is in focus and the edges are all blurred!
- It was tough to get through the blurred definitions as he was using the design press jargon.
- Vigilance is needed for any features of possible optic neuropathy, such as blurred vision, impaired colour perception, and reduced visual acuity
- In practice, however, the line between the two is blurred.
- Polishing the clouds, the blue of my eyes shines through the blurred glass.
- The image obtained on SiS315 looks even more blurred especially on the polygon edges.
- The past has been blurred, welcome to the future.
- To your average layman the difference between freestyle and extreme is nothing if not blurred.
- Business will always have vested interests and the line between communication and propaganda can be too easily blurred.
- Multiple sclerosis is a disease of the central nervous system affecting nerve fibres that can cause upset balance, blurred vision and fatigue.
- Blurred vision and rainbow lights may result from corneal edema.
- In the brave new world of convergence, the distinctions are becoming blurred.
- In this industry, the lines are often blurred between what is part of the game and what should be allowed as entertainment.
- Other symptoms that may occur are wounds and cuts that won't heal, recurring infections and blurred vision.
- She looked out over the blurred hedgerows to the long, sloping meadow.
- To give you a subject with sharp focus in the foreground and a gently blurred background, you need to select an aperture around f2.8 to f4.
- It's a chilling study of the abuse of power and denial of human dignity; the piece ends with blurred images of women's faces dangling from the ceiling.
- Ask as well about more subtle signs like difficulty with memory, clumsiness, blurred vision, dizziness, and drowsiness.
- I've been suffering from some blurred vision since Argentina, but it's improving everyday.
- The dividing line between bad fortune and folly is sometimes blurred.
- Images are frequently blurred to the point of abstraction.
- Symptoms included nausea, vertigo, headaches and blurred vision.
- The slower the shutter speed, the more blurred the background.
- We certainly wouldn't be trying to emulate people with blurred vision.
- The lines dividing the first form of self-assertion from the second aren't merely being blurred; they're getting paved over.
- In this study, it became apparent that the boundaries between home, community, and work blurred considerably for rural women.
- After weeks and weeks of blurred vision and of holding books and paper at arm's length, the whole world, near and far, leapt into sharp focus once more.
- Many live in a colorful world of fantasy and the lines between truth and fiction are often blurred.
- An eye surgeon has been accused of serious professional misconduct after a client who had laser surgery to correct short-sightedness says he was left with blurred vision.
- The darkness was unworldly, he thought; objects blurred into each other, colors shifted to become unnatural.
- The actual midden matrix itself was a stratigraphical disappointment with its depositional history blurred beyond recovery.
- In such an atmosphere, it is inevitable that dissent will be equated with disloyalty and that the line between the two will be blurred.
- It is clear that in these two countries the distinction between the US's civilian and military activities has been completely, and deliberately, blurred.
- He has jettisoned hyperrealism in favor of a distinctly blurred image.
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