Word forms: blurs
COBUILD Advanced British English Dictionary1. countable nounA blur is a shape or area which you cannot see clearly because it has no distinct outline or because it is moving very fast. [+ of] ⇒ Out of the corner of my eye I saw a blur of movement on the other side of the glass. ⇒ Her face is a blur.2. ergative verb & verbWhen a thing blurs or when something blurs it, you cannot see it clearly because its edges are no longer distinct. [V n] ⇒ This creates a spectrum of colours at the edges of objects which blurs the image. [V] ⇒ If you move your eyes and your head, the picture will blur.blurred
graded adjective & adjective ⇒ ...blurred black and white photographs.3. verbIf something blurs an idea or a distinction between things, that idea or distinction no longer seems clear. [V n] ⇒ ...her belief that scientists are trying to blur the distinction between 'how' and 'why' questions. [V n] ⇒ The evidence is blurred by central banks' reluctance to reveal their blunders.blurred
graded adjective & adjective ⇒ The line between fact and fiction is becoming blurred.4. ergative verb & verbIf your vision blurs, or if something blurs it, you cannot see things clearly. [V] ⇒ Her eyes, behind her glasses, began to blur. [V n] ⇒ Sweat ran from his forehead into his eyes, blurring his vision.blurred
graded adjective & adjective ⇒ ...visual disturbances like eye-strain and blurred vision.