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  1. blur
    IPA[blər]
  2. verb

    noun

    • 1. a thing that cannot be seen or heard clearly:

      the pale blur of her face the words were a blur
    • 2. an indistinct memory or impression of events, typically because they happened very fast:

      the day before was a blur
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: blur, plural noun: blurs

    • v.: verb: blur, 3rd person present: blurs, gerund or present participle: blurring, past tense: blurred, past participle: blurred

    • verb

      make or become unclear or less distinct:
    • noun

      a thing that cannot be seen or heard clearly:

      something remembered or perceived indistinctly, typically because it happened very fast:

    • adjective

      (of a person) stupid, clumsy, or confused:
    • adjective

      unable to see or be seen clearly:

      not clear or distinct; hazy:

    • adjective

      unable to see or be seen clearly:

      not clear or distinct; hazy:

    • used to indicate that someone is stupid, clumsy, or confused
    • used to indicate that someone is stupid, clumsy, or confused
    • used to indicate that someone is stupid, clumsy, or confused
    • used to indicate that someone is stupid, clumsy, or confused
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