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blindernoun

uk   /blaɪn.dər/  us   /-dɚ/

blinder noun (GOOD PERFORMANCE)

[S] UK informal an excellent performance at some activity, especially in sport: Weir played a blinder in yesterday's semifinal.

blinder noun (HORSE EQUIPMENT)

blinders [plural] US (UK blinkers) two pieces of leather that are put at the side of a horse's eyes so that it can only see forward
Translations of “blinder”
in Chinese (Traditional) 出色表現, (尤指體育方面的)精彩表現…
in Chinese (Simplified) 出色表现, (尤指体育方面的)精彩表现…
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