bedazzle(redirected from bedazzling)
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tr.v. be·daz·zled, be·daz·zling, be·daz·zles
1. To dazzle so completely as to make blind.
2. To please irresistibly; enchant.
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(tr) to dazzle or confuse, as with brilliance
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v.t. -zled, -zling.
1. to impress forcefully, esp. so as to make oblivious to faults or shortcomings.
2. to dazzle so as to blind or confuse.
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Past participle: bedazzled
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|Verb||1.||bedazzle - to cause someone to lose clear vision, especially from intense light; "She was dazzled by the bright headlights"|
blind - render unable to see
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bedazzle[bɪˈdæzəl] VT → deslumbrar, encandilar
many people are bedazzled by fame → mucha gente está deslumbrada por la fama
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vt → blenden
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