Translation of "blind" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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uk /blaɪnd/ us /blaɪnd/

blind adjective (SIGHT)

B1 unable to see

She's been blind since birth. 她天生失明。
He started to go (= become) blind in his sixties. 他在60多歲時失明了。

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blind adjective (EXTREME)

used to describe an extreme feeling that happens without thought or reason

blind anger/faith/prejudice 無名怒火/盲目信任/盲目的偏見
He was blind with fury (= so angry that he could not behave reasonably). 他暴跳如雷,喪失了理智。

blind adjective (NOT CONSCIOUS)

be blind to sth

C2 to not be conscious of something or to refuse to notice something that is obvious to others

She seems blind to his faults. 她似乎對他的缺點視而不見。

blindverb [ T ]

uk /blaɪnd/ us /blaɪnd/

blind verb [ T ] (DAMAGE SIGHT)

to make someone unable to see, permanently or for a short time

She was blinded in an accident at an early age. 她早年在一次事故中失明了。
As I turned the corner the sun blinded me, so I didn't see the other car. 轉彎時陽光太刺眼,所以我沒有看見另外那輛車。

blind verb [ T ] (CAUSE TO IGNORE)

to make someone unable to notice or understand something

We shouldn't let our prejudices blind us to the facts of the situation. 我們一定不能讓偏見蒙蔽自己而看不清實際形勢。


uk /blaɪnd/ us /blaɪnd/

blind noun (WINDOW)

[ C ] US also shade a cover for a window made of a single piece or strips of cloth, paper, or plastic that is pulled up or down by a string

a Venetian blind 軟百葉窗

blind noun (SIGHT)

the blind C1 [ plural ]

people who are unable to see

She trains dogs for the blind. 她為盲人訓練導盲犬。


[ C ] US UK hide a place where people can watch wild animals or birds without being noticed by them


(Translation of “blind” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)