blinding

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Englisch - Türkisch
körleştirerek
körleştirmek
(Tıp) körleme
körleştiren
{f} körleştir
göz kamaştıran
{s} göz kamaştırıcı

Kardaki ışık göz kamaştırıcıydı. - The light on the snow was blinding.

kamaştıran
{s} kör eden
(Hukuk) köreltme
(Hukuk) körelten
blind
kör

Kör bir sincap bile bazen bir meşe palamudu bulur. - Even a blind squirrel finds an acorn sometimes.

Tom'un büyük büyükbabası kör doğdu. - Tom's great-grandfather was born blind.

blinding concrete
(Mimarlık) grobeton (mimari). blokaj üstüne uygulanan kaba beton
blinding concrete
(İnşaat) temizlik betonu
blinding light
kör edici ışık
blinding smoke
(Askeri) körletme sisi
blinding smoke
(Askeri) KÖRLETME SİSİ: Gözetlemeye engel olmak için doğrudan doğruya düşman mevzii önüne yapılan küçük sis perdesi. Zayiat verdirici hassalarından dolayı bu maksat için en elverişli madde beyaz fosfordur
blind
{f} kör etmek
blind
{f} göz kamaştırmak
blind
kapatmak
blind
anlamamakta direnen
blind
{s} okunaksız
blind
gözden uzak
blind
âmâ

Aşk kördür ama kıskançlık var olmayan şeyleri bile görebilir. - Love is blind, but jealousy can see even nonexistent things.

Aşk kör değildir ama çoğu zaman aptaldır. - Love isn't blind, but it's often stupid.

blind
kör etmek körleştirmek
blind
{s} anlayışsız
blind
dili sarhoş
blind
çıkmaz körü körüne olan
blind
{s} saçma
blind
{f} gözünü almak, kamaştırmak
blind
körelmek
blind
güneş kırıcı
blind
sokur
blind
köreltmek
blind
çıkmaz

Biz çıkmaz bir sokaktayız. - We're in a blind alley.

blind
basiretsiz
blind
(yol) çıkmaz
blind
{i} çoğ. jaluzi
blind
körletmek
blind
şuursuz
blind
körleştirmek
blind
basiretsizlik
blind
zilzurna
blind
{s} görmeyen
blind
{i} İng. stor
blind
{f} saklamak
blind
{f} körleştir
blind
{i} stor
blind
{s} çıkmaz (sokak)
blind
{s} açmayan (çiçek)
blind
{i} avcıların avlarından
blind
abajur
blind
(Tekstil) matlaşmak
blind
{i} bahane
blind
{i} alem
blind
{i} jaluzi

Tom jaluzileri kapattı, bu yüzden komşular içeri bakamadı. - Tom closed the venetian blinds, so the neighbors couldn't look in.

Jaluzileri açar mısınız lütfen? - Could you please open the blinds?

blind
sağır

Helen Keller, kör sağır ve dilsizdi. - Helen Keller was blind, deaf and dumb.

Tom sağırlarla mı, yoksa körlerle mi çalışıyor hatırlamıyorum. - I can't remember if Tom works with the deaf or the blind.

blind
panjur

Pencereleri kilitle ve panjurları kapat. - Lock windows and close blinds.

Tom panjurları kapattı. - Tom closed the venetian blinds.

blind
göz almak
blind
{f} hızlı sürmek
blind
pencere storu
blind
{s} gizli
blind
görünmez
blind
güneşlik

O, güneşlikleri kapattı. - She pulled down the blinds.

O, güneşlikleri kapattı. - She pulled the blinds down.

blind
denetimsiz
blind
nedensiz
blind
amaçsız
blind
perde
blind
düşüncesiz
blind
dikkatsiz
blind
görmez/anlamaz hale getirmek
blind
kavrayışsız
blind
{i} pusu
blind
görmez

O onu görmezden geldi. - He turned a blind eye to him.

blind
gözsüz
Englisch - Englisch
The act of causing blindness
Present participle of blind
A thin sprinkling of sand or chippings laid on a newly tarred surface
Very bright (as if to cause blindness)
A thin coat of sand or gravel used to fill holes in a new road surface
To an extreme degree; blindingly
See Blind, v
Making blind or as if blind; depriving of sight or of understanding; obscuring; as, blinding tears; blinding snow
(Cochrane definition) Keeping secret group assignment (e g to treatment or control) from the study participants or investigators Blinding is used to protect against the possibility that knowledge of assignment may affect patient response to treatment, provider behaviours (performance bias) or outcome assessment (detection bias) Blinding is not always practical (e g when comparing surgery to drug treatment) The importance of blinding depends on how objective the outcome measure is; blinding is more important for less objective outcome measures such as pain or quality of life
a method of conducting clinical trials so that some or all of the participants do not know whether subjects are taking active drug or placebo Blinding is done to reduce bias in drug trials See also double-blind
A lack of awareness of a subject's treatment group Double-blinding is blinding of assessor as well as subject
{s} shining profoundly, causing inability to see
A blinding light is extremely bright. The doctor worked busily beneath the blinding lights of the delivery room. = dazzling
Taking provisions in a smart card’s operation to defeat voltage and timing attacks Blinding, for example, would ensure that all multiplications take the same amount of time independent of the values of the multiplier and the multiplicand
A thin coating of sand and fine gravel over a newly paved road
Particulate accumulates within and/or on surface of the media such that the flow passages for the gas are blocked restricting the flow and resulting in high pressure drop
This is the restriction in gas flow caused by low porosity dust cakes, moisture, or sticky particulate on the filter media
{i} layer of sand or fine gravel
emphasis You use blinding to emphasize that something is very obvious. The miseries I went through made me suddenly realise with a blinding flash what life was all about. + blindingly blind·ing·ly It is so blindingly obvious that defence must be the responsibility of the state
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The concealment of group assignment (to either the treatment or control group) from the knowledge of patients and/or investigators in a clinical trial Blinding eliminates the possibility that knowledge of assignment may affect patient response to treatment or investigator behaviors that may affect outcomes A single-blind trial is one in which knowledge of group assignment is withheld only from patients; a double-blind trial is one in which the knowledge is withheld from both patients and investigators
The "masking" or concealment from study subjects, caregivers, or others involved in the study of any detail(s) of the study which could introduce Bias For example, not telling patients or doctors which patient gets placebo or actual drug; or not telling radiologists the clinical assessment of patients whose films they are reading
Where filtered particles fill the openings in the filter medium to the extent of stopping or reducing the flow of product The loading up of the medium so as to reduce capacity Also referred to as blocking, plugging or clogging
shining intensely; "the blazing sun"; "blinding headlights"; "dazzling snow"; "fulgent patterns of sunlight"; "the glaring sun"
Blinding pain is very strong pain. There was a pain then, a quick, blinding agony that jumped along Danlo's spine
Plugging or sealing of any portion of a filter
The fouling or plugging of pores in a membrane, usually a gel-like substance
Filling in and clogging of a filter medium caused by entrapment of particles from a filtered liquid When the medium becomes "blind," an increase in differential pressure and reduction in flow results
blinding concrete
(Mimarlık) A layer of dry lean concrete about 50mm thick covering the bottom of an excavation, either over hardcore or directly on the foundation, to seal the underlying material and prevent mud from dirtying the reinforcement bars or intruding into the concrete of footings
blind
unconditional

blind deference.

blind
Any device intended to conceal or hide; as, a duck blind
blind
Failing to see, acknowledge, perceive

The lovers were blind to each other’s faults.

blind
Of an eye, unable to see
blind
Without seeing; unseeingly
blind
To make temporarily or permanently blind

Don't wave that pencil in my face - do you want to blind me?.

blind
smallest or slightest in phrases such as

We pulled and pulled, but it didn't make a blind bit of difference.

blinding.
bisson
effing and blinding
Present participle of eff and blind
effing and blinding
swearing, cursing

Much effing and blinding could be heard from the fans when they discovered that their team had lost.

blind
If something blinds you, it makes you unable to see, either for a short time or permanently. The sun hit the windscreen, momentarily blinding him
blind
Used with respect to a randomized trial, a randomized trial is Blind if the patient is not told which arm of the trial he is on See also Double Blind
blind
adj Possessing eyes that do not see The prophet Isaiah spoke of people having eyes that do not see and ears that do not hear That prophecy has had numerous fulfillments; of chief contemporary relevance is current underinterpretation of Biblical teachings on wealth
blind
A blind corner is one that you cannot see round because something is blocking your view. He tried to overtake three cars on a blind corner and crashed head-on into a lorry
blind
a condition usually defined as vision that measures at least 20/200 in the best eye with correction or no more than 20 degrees of vision in the best eye with correction; less than 10 percent of the legally blind are totally blind
blind
disapproval If you say that someone is blind to a fact or a situation, you mean that they ignore it or are unaware of it, although you think that they should take notice of it or be aware of it. All the time I was blind to your suffering. + blindness blind·ness blindness in government policy to the very existence of the unemployed
blind
disapproval You can describe someone's beliefs or actions as blind when you think that they seem to take no notice of important facts or behave in an unreasonable way. her blind faith in the wisdom of the Church Lesley yelled at him with blind, hating rage
blind
make blind by putting the eyes out; "The criminals were punished and blinded"
blind
render unable to see
blind
make dim by comparison or conceal
blind
This term refers to the required bets, called the small blind and the big blind used to put money into play The blinds are mandatory bets and rotate around the table
blind
– If you are blind on the last day of the year and not itemizing deductions, you are entitled to a higher standard deduction To qualify for this benefit, your must be totally or partly blind If you are partly blind, you must obtain a certified statement from an eye doctor or registered optometrist stating that you: 1) cannot see better than 20/200 in the better eye with glasses or contact lenses, or 2) have a field of vision that is not more than 20 degrees Back to Top
blind
{i} shade, shutter (over a window); shelter, hiding place (for hunters); something that misleads
blind
unable to see
blind
Term used in conjunction with load or lot Blind lots are not manifested Usually, when buying "blind" lots/loads you will be given a general idea of contents, but it will not be a guarantee It is common for many large retail stores to sell closeouts "blind" simply because a detailed inventory of contents takes time and ends up costing more per item when purchasing
blind
If something blinds you to the real situation, it prevents you from realizing that it exists or from understanding it properly. He never allowed his love of Australia to blind him to his countrymen's faults
blind
not based on reason or evidence; "blind hatred"; "blind faith"; "unreasoning panic"
blind
A blind is a roll of cloth or paper which you can pull down over a window as a covering. see also Venetian blind see also blinding, blindly, colour-blind
blind
A person shall be deemed to be blind if he/she suffers from either of the following conditions -
blind
disapproval If you say that someone is turning a blind eye to something bad or illegal that is happening, you mean that you think they are pretending not to notice that it is happening so that they will not have to do anything about it. Teachers are turning a blind eye to pupils smoking at school, a report reveals today
blind
something intended to misrepresent the true nature of an activity; "he wasn't sick--it was just a subterfuge"; "the holding company was just a blind"
blind
unable or unwilling to perceive or understand; "blind to a lover's faults"; "blind to the consequences of their actions"
blind
{f} make unable to see; dazzle
blind
Someone who is blind is unable to see because their eyes are damaged. I started helping him run the business when he went blind The blind are people who are blind. He was a teacher of the blind. + blindness blind·ness Early diagnosis and treatment can usually prevent blindness
blind
If you are blind with something such as tears or a bright light, you are unable to see for a short time because of the tears or light. Her mother groped for the back of the chair, her eyes blind with tears. + blindly blind·ly Lettie groped blindly for the glass
blind
{s} unable to see; closed to, impervious to
blind
{v} to darken, stop the sight, cover
blind
{n} anything that intercepts the sight, a cover
blind
{a} distitute of sight, dark, weak, unseen
blind
When used in conjunction with rivets and rivet nuts the term blind refers to the fact that the fastener is installed from one side of the work, "blind" to the opposite side
blind
"Blindness," for Social Security purposes, means either central visual acuity of 20/200 or less in the better eye with the use of a correcting lens or a limitation in the fields of vision so that the widest diameter of the visual field subtends an angle of 20 degrees or less (tunnel vision)
blind
A player who is or was forced to make a bet
blind
people who have severe visual impairments; "he spent hours reading to the blind"
blind
Without opening; as, a blind wall
blind
A covering for a window to keep out light. The covering may be made of cloth or of narrow slats that can block light or allow it to pass
blind
something that keeps things out or hinders sight; "they had just moved in and had not put up blinds yet" a hiding place sometimes used by hunters (especially duck hunters); "he waited impatiently in the blind" people who have severe visual impairments; "he spent hours reading to the blind" make dim by comparison or conceal make blind by putting the eyes out; "The criminals were punished and blinded" render unable to see unable or unwilling to perceive or understand; "blind to a lover's faults"; "blind to the consequences of their actions" not based on reason or evidence; "blind hatred"; "blind faith"; "unreasoning panic
blind
A hole or shot where you can't see your target
blind
impressed mark, lettering or decoration without any ink or other colouring Blind stamped cloth usually means some sort of decoration stamped into the boards, blind stamped owner's mark is usually on ffep, half title or title, etc
blind
Involved; intricate; not easily followed or traced
blind
A forced bet (or partial bet) put in by one or more players before any cards are dealt Typically, blinds are put in by players immediately to the left of the button See also "Live blind "
blind
not based on reason or evidence; "blind hatred"; "blind faith"; "unreasoning panic
blind
An 1800s baseball term meaning no score
blind
not able to see BRAILLE system of writing and printing for blind people BURNING the process of being burned by fire
blind
A score marked for a team's absent player In many leagues, the bowler's average or the average minus ten pins is used In others, it's a set score, such as 140 for men and 120 for women
blind
a hiding place sometimes used by hunters (especially duck hunters); "he waited impatiently in the blind"
blind
To cover with a thin coating of sand and fine gravel; as a road newly paved, in order that the joints between the stones may be filled
blind
unseeing
blind
Of a place, having little or no visibility; as, a blind corner
blind
something that keeps things out or hinders sight; "they had just moved in and had not put up blinds yet"
blind
make dim by comparison or conceal make blind by putting the eyes out; "The criminals were punished and blinded"
blind
Of a person or animal, unable to see
blind
A halting place
blind
Score allowed for an absent member, usually the average minus ten or a set score (for example, 140 for men and 120 for women); considered a penalty Many league rules define "Blind" and "Absentee" with different qualifications (dummy)
blind
"When decoration or lettering on a binding is said to be blind or in blind, this means that a plain impression has been made in the leather or cloth by the tool, die-stamp or roll, without any addition of gold or colour "
blind
Destitute of the sense of seeing, either by natural defect or by deprivation; without sight
blind
Not having the faculty of discernment; destitute of intellectual light; unable or unwilling to understand or judge; as, authors are blind to their own defects
blind
When a rider spins and lands in rotation that he's completely "blind" to the wake or boat The rider can't see or orientate his landing It's blind - a blind 360 would be spinning blind to the boat Tantrum to blind would be a completely "blind" landing
blind
Something to hinder sight or keep out light; a screen; a cover; esp
blind
A blindage
blind
A forced bet put in by one or more players before any cards are dealt Typically, blinds are put in by players immediately to the left of the "button " See "Large Blind" and "Small Blind "
blind
QA/QC samples that are the same as unknowns with the exception that the person testing the samples does not know these are standards Blind samples tend not to receive special treatment from the laboratory personnel
blind
Something to mislead the eye or the understanding, or to conceal some covert deed or design; a subterfuge
blind
Having no openings for light or passage; as, a blind wall; open only at one end; as, a blind alley; a blind gut
blind
Printing using an unlinked plate to produce the subtle embossed texture of a white-on-white image, highlighted by the shadow of the relief image on the unlinked Paper This technique is used in many Japanese prints
blind
Undiscerning; undiscriminating; inconsiderate
blind
or "blind stamped" or "stamped in the blind" This refers to stamping or impressions on the cover of a book that have not been filled in with color or gilt Use the word "embossed" if you are talking to someone who is secure in their ignorance Book clubs have often used a small blind stamp in the form of a circle, square, small leaf on the bottom right corner of the back cover of a book to distinguish their issue from that of the regular publishers edition
blind
Unintelligible, or not easily intelligible; as, a blind passage in a book; illegible; as, blind writing
blind
Having such a state or condition as a thing would have to a person who is blind; not well marked or easily discernible; hidden; unseen; concealed; as, a blind path; a blind ditch
blind
When used in conjuction with rivets and rivet nuts the term blind refers to the fact that the fastener is installed from one side of the work, "blind" to the opposite side
blind
Having central visual acuity of 20/200 or less in the better eye after correction, or visual acuity of more than 20/200 if there is a field defect in which the widest diameter of the visual field subtends an angle distance no greater than 20 degrees
blind
To deprive partially of vision; to make vision difficult for and painful to; to dazzle
blind
To darken; to obscure to the eye or understanding; to conceal; to deceive
blind
render unable to see unable or unwilling to perceive or understand; "blind to a lover's faults"; "blind to the consequences of their actions"
blind
To make blind; to deprive of sight or discernment
blind
Closed at one end; having a dead end; as, a blind hole, a blind alley
blind
Unable to see A blind character suffers a 50% miss chance in combat (as all opponents are considered to have full concealment), loses any positive Dexterity modifier to AC, moves at half speed, and suffers a –4 penalty on Search checks and on most Strength- and Dexterity-based skill checks Any skill check (such as Spot) that relies on vision automatically fails Opponents of a blind character gain a +2 bonus to their attack rolls, since they are effectively invisible Characters who have been blind from birth or childhood may grow accustomed to these drawbacks and even learn to overcome some of them (DM’s discretion)
blind
A forced bet
blind
a hinged screen or shutter for a window; a blinder for a horse
blind
In three card brag, without looking at the cards dealt
blind
Abortive; failing to produce flowers or fruit; as, blind buds; blind flowers
blinding
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