Traducciones detalladas de blinding de inglés a español


blinding [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the blinding (armouring)
    la coraza; el blindaje

Translation Matrix for blinding:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
blindaje armouring; blinding
coraza armouring; blinding armor; armour; breastplate; cuirass
AdjectiveTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- blazing; dazzling; fulgent; glaring; glary
ModifierTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
brillante blinding; dazzling beaming; beautiful; brainy; bright; brilliant; choice; clever; delightful; excellent; exceptionally beautiful; fanciful; first-rate; flaunting; glistening; glittering; glorious; glossy; grand; grandiose; great; highly gifted; intelligent; knowledgable; luminous; marvellous; marvelous; perfect; phosphorescent; radiant; radiating; reflective; sensible; sharp; shining; shiny; showing; smart; sparkling; splendid; sublime; superb; swell; terrific; tiptop; wise; wonderful
cegador blinding; dazzling
deslumbrante blinding; dazzling penetrating; piercing; rasping; shrill
espléndido blinding; dazzling amiable; attractive; beautiful; brilliant; charming; cherubic; considerable; cool; dazzling; delicious; delightful; divine; enchanting; enormous; entrancing; excellent; exceptionally beautiful; exquisite; fanciful; fantastic; friendly; generous; gentle; glittering; glorious; good looking; good-looking; gorgeous; grand; grandiose; great; handsome; heavenly; immense; liberal; lovely; magnificent; marvellous; marvelous; munificent; nice; open-handed; outrageous; paradisiacal; personable; pretty; princely; ravishing; snap; splendid; super; superb; sweet; swell; tremendous; unsparing; wonderful
magnífico blinding; dazzling appetising; appetizing; beautiful; cherubic; choice; cool; delicious; delightful; divine; enormous; excellent; exceptionally beautiful; exquisite; fanciful; fantastic; first-rate; generous; glorious; gorgeous; grand; grandiose; great; haughty; heavenly; imposing; impressive; lofty; magnanimous; magnificent; marvellous; marvelous; noble; outrageous; palatable; paradisiacal; perfect; proud; ravishing; scrumptious; splendid; sublime; super; superb; swell; tasty; terrific; tiptop; vigorous; wonderful; yummy
resplandeciente blinding; dazzling beautiful; bright; brilliant; clarifying; clear; distinct; exceptionally beautiful; exquisite; glistening; glittering; glorious; glossy; grand; grandiose; magnificent; phosphorescent; radiant; reflective; shining; shiny; sparkling; splendid; swell; wonderful

Palabras relacionadas con "blinding":

Sinónimos de "blinding":

Definiciones relacionadas de "blinding":

  1. shining intensely1
    • blinding headlights1


blind adj.

  1. blind (being unable to see)
    – unable to see 1

to blind verbo (blinds, blinded, blinding)

  1. to blind
    – render unable to see 1
  2. to blind (armour; armor)
    cubrir; blindar

Conjugaciones de blind:

  1. blind
  2. blind
  3. blinds
  4. blind
  5. blind
  6. blind
simple past
  1. blinded
  2. blinded
  3. blinded
  4. blinded
  5. blinded
  6. blinded
present perfect
  1. have blinded
  2. have blinded
  3. has blinded
  4. have blinded
  5. have blinded
  6. have blinded
past continuous
  1. was blinding
  2. were blinding
  3. was blinding
  4. were blinding
  5. were blinding
  6. were blinding
  1. shall blind
  2. will blind
  3. will blind
  4. shall blind
  5. will blind
  6. will blind
continuous present
  1. am blinding
  2. are blinding
  3. is blinding
  4. are blinding
  5. are blinding
  6. are blinding
  1. be blinded
  2. be blinded
  3. be blinded
  4. be blinded
  5. be blinded
  6. be blinded
  1. blind!
  2. let's blind!
  3. blinded
  4. blinding
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

blind [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the blind (shutter)
    – a protective covering that keeps things out or hinders sight 1
    el postigo; la contraventana
  2. the blind
    – a protective covering that keeps things out or hinders sight 1
    la persiana

Translation Matrix for blind:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
ciego blind man; blind person; blind woman
contraventana blind; shutter shutter
cubrir covering; safeguarding
persiana blind roll-down shutter; roller-blind
postigo blind; shutter shutter
- screen; subterfuge
VerbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
blindar armor; armour; blind armor; armour; reinforce
cegar blind quell; slam
cubrir armor; armour; blind arch over; besiege; besieged; besieges; blur; camouflage; clothe; comprise; conceal; cover; cover up; drape; encapsulate; enclose; envelop; evnvelope; fence in; fence off; fill in; fill up; furnish; include; iron; lock up; mantle; mask; protect; pull over; roof in; shroud; surround; swathe; tuck in; tuck up; upholster; veil; wrap; wrap up
deslumbrar blind
- dim
AdjectiveTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- unreasoning; unsighted
OtherTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
cubrir coat
- blind drunk; dead drunk
ModifierTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
ciego being unable to see; blind cunning; fresh; roguish; slick; sly; unable to see; unbroached; unopened; untouched; unused

Palabras relacionadas con "blind":

  • blindness, blinding, blinds, blindest, blindly

Sinónimos de "blind":

Antónimos de "blind":

  • sighted

Definiciones relacionadas de "blind":

  1. unable or unwilling to perceive or understand1
    • blind to a lover's faults1
    • blind to the consequences of their actions1
  2. not based on reason or evidence1
    • blind hatred1
    • blind faith1
  3. unable to see1
    • a person is blind to the extent that he must devise alternative techniques to do efficiently those things he would do with sight if he had normal vision1
  4. a protective covering that keeps things out or hinders sight1
    • they had just moved in and had not put up blinds yet1
  5. a hiding place sometimes used by hunters (especially duck hunters)1
    • he waited impatiently in the blind1
  6. something intended to misrepresent the true nature of an activity1
    • the holding company was just a blind1
  7. people who have severe visual impairments, considered as a group1
    • he spent hours reading to the blind1
  8. make dim by comparison or conceal1
  9. make blind by putting the eyes out1
    • The criminals were punished and blinded1
  10. render unable to see1

Wiktionary: blind

  1. make temporarily or permanently blind
  1. forced bet in poker
  2. covering for a window
  1. failing to see
  2. unable to see

Cross Translation:
blind obturador BlendeOptik, Feinmechanik, Fotografie: ein Bauteil bei optischen Instrumenten und Apparaten
blind ciega; ciego blind — des Sehens nicht fähig
blind ciego blind — niet in staat te zien
blind ciego aveugle — Qui ne voit pas.
blind ciego aveugle — Personne dont l’acuité visuelle est diminuée de façon importante ou totale.