名词:blindness 副词:blindingly 形容词比较级:blinder 最高级:blindest 动词过去式:blinded 过去分词:blinded 现在分词:blinding 第三人称单数:blinds
1 unable to see 瞎的
*a blind person 盲人
* be blind from birth, in one eye 生下来就有一只眼瞎了.
2 [attrib 作定语] of or for blind people 盲人的; 为盲人的
*a `blind school 盲人学校.
3 [pred 作表语] ~ (to sth) unable or unwilling to understand or notice sth; oblivious (to sth); unaware (of sth) （对某事物）视而不见, 不以为意, 一无所知
*I must have been blind not to realize the danger we were in. 我一定是瞎了眼, 连我们身临险境也看不出来.
* He is completely blind to her faults. 他一点儿也觉察不到她的错误.
4 [usu attrib 通常作定语] (fig 比喻)
(a) without reason or judgement 缺乏理性或判断力的
*blind hatred/obedience/prejudice 盲目的憎恨[顺从/偏见]
* love/faith that is blind 盲目的爱情[信仰].
(b) not ruled by purpose; thoughtless; reckless 没有目的的; 轻率的; 不顾後果的
*the blind forces of nature/destiny 不可捉摸的自然[命运]之力
* be in a blind fury/panic/rage 无明火起[无谓惊慌/乱发脾气]
* blind haste/speed 瞎忙[疯狂的速度].
5 [usu attrib 通常作定语] concealed; hidden 隐蔽的; 暗藏的
*a blind driveway/entrance 隐蔽的车道[入口]
* a blind bend/corner/turning, ie one that prevents the driver from seeing the road ahead （使司机看不见前面马路的转弯处）隐蔽的弯角[拐角/转弯处].
6 (of an aircraft manoeuvre in cloud, fog, etc) done with the aid of instruments only, without being able to see （指飞机在云、雾等中飞行时）（被障蔽了视线）仅靠仪器导航的
*blind flying 仪器导航飞行
* a blind landing 仪器导航降落.
7 (idm 习语) (as) blind as a `bat unable to see clearly or easily; unable to see what is obvious to others 看不清的; 不易看清的; 看不见的（别人却看得见的）
*He's as blind as a bat without his glasses. 他不戴眼镜时简直跟瞎子一样. turn a blind `eye (to sth) pretend not to notice 假装看不见
*The manager turned a blind eye when his staff were late. 职员迟到时经理装作没看见.
1 without being able to see; with the aid of instruments only 看不见地; 仅凭仪器导向地
*drive/fly blind 仪器导向驾驶[仪器导航飞行].
2 (idm 习语) blind `drunk (infml 口) very drunk 酩酊大醉. swear blind => swear.
1 [Tn] make (sb) temporarily or permanently blind 使（某人）（暂时地或永久地）失明
*a blinding flash/light 令人目眩的闪光[亮光]
* He was blinded (ie dazzled) by the sunlight. 他因阳光照射而看不见东西（眼花）.
* The soldier was blinded in the explosion. 这个军人在那次爆炸中双目失明.
2 [Tn, Tn.pr] ~ sb (to sth) (fig 比喻) deprive sb of reason, judgement or good sense 使人丧失思考力、判断力或良好的感觉
*Her love for him blinded her (to his faults). 她非常爱他以至（对他的缺点）丧失了判断力.
3 (idm 习语) blind sb with science confuse sb with a display of technical knowledge 炫示科技知识使某人摸不着头脑.
1 (US shade, window-shade) screen for a window, esp one made of a roll of cloth fixed on a roller and pulled down 窗帘（尤指固定在卷轴上能够拉下来的布质窗帘）
*draw/lower/raise the blinds 拉[放下/扯起]窗帘.
2 thing or person used in order to deceive or mislead （用以蒙骗或迷误对方的）事物或人
*His job as a diplomat was a blind for his spying. 他担任外交官的职务是为了给他的间谍身分打掩护.
3 (US) = hide n 1.