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German translation of “blind”

blind

adjective /blaind/
not able to see
blind
a blind man.
(with to) unable to notice
blind
She is blind to his faults.
hiding what is beyond
unübersichtlich
a blind corner.
of or for blind people
Blinden-…
a blind school.
blinding adjective tending to make blind
blendend
a blinding light.
sudden
plötzlich
He realized, in a blinding flash, that she was the murderer.
blindly adverb
blind
blindness noun
die Blindheit
blind alley a situation without any way out
die Sackgasse
This is a blind alley of a job – there are no prospects for promotion.
blindfold noun a piece of cloth etc put over the eyes to prevent someone from seeing
die Augenbinde
The kidnappers put a blindfold over her eyes.
blind spot any matter about which one always shows lack of understanding
der schwache Punkt
She seems to have a blind spot about physics.
an area which is impossible or difficult to see due to an obstruction.
der blinde Fleck
the blind leading the blind one inexperienced or incompetent person telling another about something
ein Blinder führt einen Blinden
My teaching you about politics would be a case of the blind leading the blind.
(Definition of blind from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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