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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (unclear)
a. blurred (image)
La foto salió borrosa, así que la repetimos.The picture was blurred, so we took another one.
b. indistinct (image)
No se aprecia bien el vestido de la imagen porque está borrosa.You can't appreciate the dress in the picture because it's indistinct.
c. smudgy (writing)
No entiendo lo que pone aquí porque las letras del papel están borrosas.I can't read what it says here because the letters in the paper are smudgy.
2. (confused)
a. vague
Tengo un recuerdo borroso del abuelo porque yo era pequeña cuando murió.I have a vague memory of my grandfather because I was little when he died.
b. hazy
Después del accidente, todo se vuelve borroso y no puedo acordarme de nada.After the accident, everything is hazy and I can't remember anything.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (foto, visión)
a. blurred
2. (escritura, texto)
a. smudgy
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1 (indistinguible) [+foto, imagen] blurred; indistinct; [+escrito] smudgy
lo veo todo borroso everything is blurred
2 [+idea, recuerdo] vague; hazy
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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