ETYM as.; akin to Dutch, German, os., Swed., and Dan. blind, Icel. blindr, Goth. blinds; of uncertain origin.
1. Unable to see; SYN. unsighted.
2. Unable or unwilling to perceive or understand.
3. Not easily seen or noticed; SYN. undetectable.
4. Not based on reason on evidence; SYN. unreasoning, unreasonable.
5. Closed at one end.
6. Without preparation or forethought or knowledge.
1. Blindly: as to the point of insensibility; without seeing outside an airplane; without knowledge of certain facts that could serve for guidance or cause bias
2 — used as an intensive
1. People who have severe visual impairments
2. Something that keeps things out or hinders sight; SYN. screen.
3. A hiding place sometimes used by hunters (especially duck hunters)
Sinonimi: excecate | dim
1. To make blind by putting the eyes out; SYN. excecate.
2. To make dim by comparison or conceal; SYN. dim.
3. To render unable to see.