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Turkish translation of “fuzzy”

fuzzy

adjective
 
 
/ˈfʌzi/
NOT CLEAR confused and not clear
bulanık, flu, karmaşık, belirsiz, tam seçilemeyen
We could only get a fuzzy picture on the television.Indistinct and invisibleConfusion, confusing and feeling confused
WITH HAIRS covered in soft, short hairs, or material like this
kabarık, kısa yumuşak tüy benzeri şeylerle kaplı
a fuzzy kitten fuzzy slippersHairSoft and fluffy
(Definition of fuzzy from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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