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Definition of 'haze'

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His voice was lost in blue haze and noise. Aldiss, Brian Somewhere East of Life (1994)The haze of summer hung sweetly over the opening. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The effect of haze on the lighting is to soften the hard edges of sunlight. Freeman, Michael Collins Complete Guide to Photography (1993) Heat haze could also be a problem. Andy Dougan THE HUNTING OF MAN (2004)And a big beach stretching way off into the heat haze. The Sun (2013)There is a heat haze beyond. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Both pictures show a haunting background of mountains painted with a subtle blue haze that gives a sense of distance and perspective. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Life doesn't dissolve in a haze of pink smoke. Times, Sunday Times (2006)That view is spectacular as well, albeit clouded by the haze. Times, Sunday Times (2015)And always the awful heat, conjured by a continual smoke haze. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Life is seen through a thick haze of cigarette smoke, or beneath a sticky coating of dust. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I would sit with friends and watch what amounted to a dizzying haze of flashing light and colour. Times, Sunday Times (2012)To the left the beach runs round to a low cliff, sweeping back to the right and vanishing into blue haze. Ben Nimmo IN FORKBEARD'S WAKE: Coasting Round Scandinavia (2003)The amount of haze varies, and in its visible effect, strong haze merges with light continuous cloud. Freeman, Michael Collins Complete Guide to Photography (1993)After many years in the shadows, a new sprint hero burst through the summer haze at the national championships in Birmingham yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2013)

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Translations for 'haze'

British English: haze NOUN
Haze is light mist, caused by particles of water or dust in the air, which prevents you from seeing distant objects clearly. Haze often forms in hot weather.
They vanished into the haze near the horizon.
  • American English: haze
  • Brazilian Portuguese: névoa
  • Chinese: 薄雾
  • European Spanish: neblina
  • French: brume
  • German: Dunst
  • Italian: foschia
  • Japanese: もや
  • Korean: 연무
  • European Portuguese: névoa
  • Latin American Spanish: neblina

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Definition of haze from the Collins English Dictionary
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