- 1blind somebody to permanently destroy someone's ability to see She was blinded in the explosion. The attackers blinded him with acid.
- 2blind somebody/something to make it difficult for someone to see for a short time When she went outside she was temporarily blinded by the sun. His eyes were blinded by tears.
- 3 blind somebody (to something) to make someone no longer able to think clearly or behave in a sensible way His sense of loyalty blinded him to the truth. Idioms
NAmE//blaɪnd//Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they blind
he / she / it blinds
past simple blinded
-ing form blinding
to confuse someone by using technical or complicated language that they do not understand
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