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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- adjective: Sightless.
- adjective: Having a maximal visual acuity of the better eye, after correction by refractive lenses, of one-tenth normal vision or less (20/200 or less on the Snellen test).
- adjective: Of, relating to, or for sightless persons.
- adjective: Performed or made without the benefit of background information that might prejudice the outcome or result: blind taste tests used in marketing studies.
- adjective: Performed without preparation, experience, or knowledge: made a blind stab at answering the question.
- adjective: Performed by instruments and without the use of sight: blind navigation.
- adjective: Unable or unwilling to perceive or understand: blind to a lover's faults.
- adjective: Not based on reason or evidence; unquestioning: put blind faith in their leaders.
- adjective: Slang Drunk.
- adjective: Lacking reason or purpose: blind fate; blind choice.
- adjective: Difficult to comprehend or see; illegible.
- adjective: Incompletely or illegibly addressed: blind mail.
- adjective: Hidden from sight: a blind seam.
- adjective: Screened from the view of oncoming motorists: a blind driveway.
- adjective: Secret or otherwise undisclosed: a blind item in a military budget.
- adjective: Closed at one end: a blind socket; a blind passage.
- adjective: Having no opening: a blind wall.
- adjective: Botany Failing to produce flowers or fruits: a blind bud.
- noun: Blind people considered as a group. Used with the: a radio station for reading to the blind.
- noun: Something, such as a window shade or a Venetian blind, that hinders vision or shuts out light.
- noun: A shelter for concealing hunters or nature photographers.
- noun: Something intended to conceal the true nature, especially of an activity; a subterfuge.
- adverb: Without seeing; blindly.
- adverb: Without the aid of visual reference: flew blind through the fog.
- adverb: Without forethought or provision; unawares: entered into the scheme blind.
- adverb: Without significant information, especially that might affect an outcome or result: "When you read blind, you see everything but the author” ( Margaret Atwood).
- adverb: Informal Into a stupor: drank themselves blind.
- adverb: Used as an intensive: Thieves in the bazaar robbed us blind.
- verb-transitive: To deprive of sight: was blinded in an industrial accident.
- verb-transitive: To dazzle: skiers temporarily blinded by sunlight on snow.
- verb-transitive: To deprive of perception or insight: prejudice that blinded them to the merits of the proposal.
- verb-transitive: To withhold light from: Thick shrubs blinded our downstairs windows.
- blind alley aklavietė
- blind letter laiškas be adreso
- blind to the world šnek. visiškai girtas
- the blindaklieji