blindfold
Noun

blindfold (plural blindfolds)

  1. A covering, usually a bandage, for the eyes, blocking light to the eyes.
    I put a blindfold over my boyfriend's eyes and told him I had a surprise for him.
  2. Something that obscures vision (literally or metaphorically).
Translations Translations Adjective

blindfold (not comparable)

  1. Having the eyes covered so as to obscure vision
  2. Thoughtless; reckless.
Adverb

blindfold (not comparable)

  1. With the eyes covered so as to obscure vision
Verb

blindfold (blindfolds, present participle blindfolding; past and past participle blindfolded)

  1. To cover the eyes, in order to make someone unable to see.
    Children need to be blindfolded before they hit the piñata.
  2. To obscure understanding or comprehension.
Translations
  • French: bander les yeux
  • German: die Augen verbinden
  • Italian: bendare gli occhi
  • Portuguese: vendar
  • Russian: завя́зывать глаза́
Translations
  • German: blind machen
  • Portuguese: vendar



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