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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishblurredblurred /blɜːd $ blɜːrd/ ●○○ adjective  1 CLEAR/EASY TO SEEunclear in shape, or making it difficult to see shapes a blurred photo2 REMEMBERdifficult to remember or understand clearly blurred memories
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blurredWithout my glasses, anything more than a few feet away looks blurred.There are square miles of shifting, sinking sand where the normally clean-cut edge between sea and land has become blurred.There will be blurred distance vision, but the near vision can be good, depending on the type of dislocation.She tried to keep her blurred eyes focused on the sky.When he tried, all he saw in his mind was a blurred grey oval.a blurred imageStill, blurred or not, at least there is only one reality.All I have to remind me of Albert are a few letters and a blurred photo.Soon the blurred sketch of the view will disappear and in its place will come an entanglement of lights.

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