Definition of 'blindfold'
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Cops who seized him found he had cable ties and tape that could have been used as a blindfold or gag. The Sun (2016)The medics removed the blindfold to find his eyeballs bulging out. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Wearing a blindfold can help you focus on the pleasures. The Sun (2012)He appeared in court yesterday blindfolded and handcuffed and was remanded on bail for a fortnight. Times, Sunday Times (2012)His chief distinction was in blindfold chess. Times, Sunday Times (2013)A sleep mask can be used as a blindfold. The Sun (2016)COULD wearing a blindfold while you eat help you lose weight? The Sun (2016)Each won a gold medal in blindfold taste tests, so you can be sure they give top value for money. The Sun (2014)It's like wearing a blindfold. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Because he knows all the tricks of his trade, he is able to spot a charlatan from a mile away while wearing a blindfold. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They drove me to an empty street, told me not to look back and removed my blindfold as they pushed me out of the van. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Meditation doesn't remove the background noise, it is more like removing the blindfold. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They allowed me to remove my blindfold when I was locked in the closet for the night and that was a blessing. Trauma and Recovery (1992)The three blindfolded prisoners were shown on a video sitting in a room, their heads bowed, blood seeping through bandages. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Finally we stopped, I was pulled out and the blindfold was removed. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Student X would have to wear a blindfold if she wanted to meet him - and still she said yes. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A typical video might see the pair attempt to apply make-up to one another's faces while wearing a blindfold. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'blindfold'
British English: blindfold /ˈblaɪndˌfəʊld/ NOUN
A blindfold is a strip of cloth that is tied over someone's eyes so that they cannot see.
- American English: blindfold
- Arabic: مَعْصُوبُ العَيْنَيْـن
- Brazilian Portuguese: venda para tapar os olhos
- Chinese: 眼罩
- Croatian: povez preko očiju
- Czech: páska přes oči
- Danish: med bind for øjnene
- Dutch: blinddoek
- European Spanish: venda para los ojos
- Finnish: silmille sidottu side
- French: bandeau yeux
- German: Augenbinde
- Greek: ύφασμα που καλύπτει τα μάτια
- Italian: benda sugli occhi
- Japanese: 目隠し布
- Korean: 눈가리개
- Norwegian: bind for øynene
- Polish: przepaska na oczy
- European Portuguese: venda para tapar os olhos
- Romanian: material pentru a lega la ochi
- Russian: повязка на глаза
- Spanish: venda para los ojos
- Swedish: ögonbindel
- Thai: สิ่งที่ใช้ปิดตา
- Turkish: göz bağı
- Ukrainian: пов'язка на очах
- Vietnamese: vải bịt mắt
British English: blindfold /ˈblaɪndˌfəʊld/ VERB
If you blindfold someone, you tie a strip of cloth over their eyes.
He had been blindfolded and his hands were tied.
- American English: blindfold
- Arabic: يَعْصِبُ العَيْنَيـْن
- Brazilian Portuguese: vendar
- Chinese: 蒙上眼睛
- Croatian: zavezati oči
- Czech: zavázat oči
- Danish: give bind for øjnene
- Dutch: blinddoeken
- European Spanish: vendar los ojos
- Finnish: sitoa silmät
- French: bander les yeux
- German: die Augen verbinden
- Greek: δένω τα μάτια
- Italian: bendare gli occhi
- Japanese: 目隠しする
- Korean: 눈을 가리다
- Norwegian: ta bind for øynene
- Polish: zawiązać (komuś) oczy
- European Portuguese: vendar
- Romanian: a lega la ochi
- Russian: завязывать глаза
- Spanish: vendar los ojos
- Swedish: binda för ögonen på
- Thai: เอาผ้าปิดตา
- Turkish: gözlerini bağlamak
- Ukrainian: зав'язувати очі
- Vietnamese: bịt mắt
Definition of blindfold from the Collins English Dictionary
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