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"Blurry" is an adjective which is often translated as "borroso", and "fuzzy" is an adjective which is often translated as "velloso". Learn more about the difference between "blurry" and "fuzzy" below.
blurry(
bluhr
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i
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (unclear)
a. borroso
The picture's a little blurry, but you look very happy in it.La foto salió un poco borrosa, pero se te ve muy feliz en ella.
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fuzzy(
fuh
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zi
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (fluffy)
a. velloso
Nectarines don't have the fuzzy skin that peaches have.Las nectarinas no tienen la piel vellosa que tienen los duraznos.
2. (frizzy)
a. crespo
My hair gets really fuzzy when it's humid.El pelo se me pone muy crespo con la humedad.
b. rizado
Who's the one with the fuzzy hair in the photo?¿Quién es el del cabello rizado en la foto?
3. (furry)
a. peludo
My dog loves it when I rub his fuzzy belly.A mi perro le encanta cuando froto su panza peluda.
4. (unfocused)
a. borroso
I couldn't see much in the fuzzy image of the ultrasound scan.No pude ver mucho en la imagen borrosa de la ecografía.
5. (unclear)
a. vago
The definition of "rapid response" in the agreement is rather fuzzy.La definición de "reacción rápida" en el acuerdo es un poco vaga.
6. (befuddled)
a. confuso
This sort of fuzzy thinking will not get us anywhere.Con esta manera confusa de pensar, no vamos a conseguir nada.
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