blind adjective Meaning in the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary
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Meaning of “blind” - Learner’s Dictionary

blind

adjective
 
 
/blaɪnd/
B1 not able to see: She went blind after an accident. This project provides guide dogs for the blind.Handicap and the disabledEyesight, glasses and lensesUsing the eyesThe eye and surrounding areaOptics, microscopy and lasers
be blind to sth to not notice something, or not want to notice something: Drivers who speed are often blind to the risks they cause.Neglecting and ignoringNot paying attentionTreating as unimportant
blind panic/rage/trust, etc an extremely strong feeling that makes you do things without thinkingStrong feelings
a blind corner/bend a bend or corner on a road that is dangerous because you cannot see cars coming around itRoad surfaces and features
blindness noun [U] →  See also turn a blind eye (to sth) , colour-blind
(Definition of blind adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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