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blurredadjective

uk   /blɜːd/  us   /blɝːd/
(also blurry, uk   /ˈblɜː.ri/  us   /ˈblɝː.i/ ) difficult to ​see: The ​photograph was very blurred. The ​picture on the TV went all blurry. difficult to ​understand or ​separateclearly: Do you ​agree that ​male and ​femaleroles are ​becoming blurred? unable to ​seeclearly: My ​eyes were blurred withtears.
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