Significado de “blind” - en el Diccionario Inglés

blind en inglés británico

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blindadjective

uk /blaɪnd/ us /blaɪnd/

blind adjective (SIGHT)

B1 unable to see:

She's been blind since birth.
He started to go (= become) blind in his sixties.

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blind adjective (TEST/STUDY)

used to refer to a scientific test in which either the people being tested or the person testing them, or both, do not know what is being tested:

In blind trials, users who were given both drugs orally were unable to distinguish between the effects of heroin and methadone.
blindness
noun [ U ] uk /ˈblaɪnd.nəs/ us /ˈblaɪnd.nəs/

blindverb [ T ]

uk /blaɪnd/ us /blaɪnd/

blindnoun

uk /blaɪnd/ us /blaɪnd/

If something or someone is tested blind, either the people being tested or the person testing them, or both, do not know what is being tested.

be flying blind

to be flying an aircraft somewhere without being able to see where you are going:

to be doing something without having any experience of doing it before or without having important information about what you are doing:

They are flying blind on this issue because they have no idea of the extent of the problem.

(Definición de blind del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

blind en inglés americano

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blindadjective

us /blɑɪnd/

blind adjective (NOT SEEING)

[ -er/-est only ] not able to see:

He began to go blind a year ago.
fig. She is completely blind to his faults.

blind adjective (NOT THINKING)

[ not gradable ] not able to be influenced by thought or reason:

He declared that the verdict was the result of blind prejudice.
blindness
noun [ U ] us /ˈblɑɪn·nəs/

blindnoun [ C ]

us /blɑɪnd/

blind noun [ C ] (WINDOW COVER)

a cover for a window, esp. a venetian blind

blindverb [ T ]

us /blɑɪnd/

blind verb [ T ] (MAKE UNABLE TO SEE)

to make someone unable to see:

The sun blinded me for a moment.
fig. We cannot let feelings blind us to the facts.

(Definición de blind del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)