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fog in Daily life topic

fogfog2 verb (fogged, fogging)  1 [intransitive, transitive] (also fog up)D if something made of glass fogs or becomes fogged, it becomes covered in small drops of water that make it difficult to see through syn mist up, steam up The windscreen had fogged up.2 CLEAR/EASY TO UNDERSTAND[transitive] to make something less clear syn cloud→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
fogHowever, his scanner was fogged by emanations from the aspect of the hydra that was alive, almost masking the trace.They are also fogged by the dumb idea that we are just doing some one else a favour.Rain was hissing on the roof of the car wreck, fogging the scene still further.My glasses fogged up as soon as I stepped outside.All this morning I been waiting for them to fog us in again.