a person or thing that blinds.
a blinker for a horse.
British Informal. a spectacular shot or action in sports, especially soccer:
He played a blinder.
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(US & Canadian) leather sidepieces attached to a horse’s bridle to prevent sideways vision Also called (in Britain and other countries) blinkers
an outstanding performance in sport
(Brit, slang) another name for blind (sense 30)
to prevent or occlude sight by covering (the eyes) with a cloth, bandage, or the like; cover the eyes of. to impair the awareness or clear thinking of: Don’t let their hospitality blindfold you to the true purpose of their invitation. a cloth or bandage put before the eyes to prevent seeing. with the eyes […]
German name of Blenheim. noun the German name for Blenheim1
a layer of sand or fine gravel for filling the gaps in the surfaces of a road or pavement, as one of crushed and compacted stone. unable to see; lacking the sense of sight; sightless: a blind man. unwilling or unable to perceive or understand: They were blind to their children’s faults. He was blind […]
unable to see; lacking the sense of sight; sightless: a blind man. unwilling or unable to perceive or understand: They were blind to their children’s faults. He was blind to all arguments. not characterized or determined by reason or control: blind tenacity; blind chance. not having or based on reason or intelligence; absolute and unquestioning: […]