blindly Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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"blindly" in British English

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uk   us   /ˈblaɪ

blindly adverb (NOT SEEING)

not ​able to ​see or not ​noticing what is around you: The ​room was ​completelydark and I ​fumbled blindly for the ​door.

blindly adverb (NOT THINKING)

not ​thinking about or ​understanding what you are doing: They just blindly ​followedorders.
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