Bedeutung von “blur” — Learner’s Dictionary

blur

verb [ I, T ] us uk /blɜːr/ present participle blurring, past tense and past participle blurred
LESS OBVIOUS

to make the difference between two things less clear, or to make it difficult to see the exact truth about something:

This book blurs the distinction between reality and fiction
DIFFICULT TO SEE

to become difficult to see clearly, or to make something become difficult to see clearly:

The soft sunlight blurred the edges of the mountains.

(Definition von “blur verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)