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de·fo·cus

 (dē-fō′kəs)
tr.v. de·fo·cused, de·fo·cus·ing, de·fo·cus·es or de·fo·cussed or de·fo·cus·sing or de·fo·cus·ses
To cause (a beam or a lens) to deviate from accurate focus.
n.
The act or result of causing a lens to deviate from accurate focus.

defocus

(diːˈfəʊkəs)
vb
formal to go or cause to go out of focus
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PDSH's former member adds that the battle between Sela and Thaci suits BDI which defocuses the public from the real problem.
What the bat does is it takes clutter and defocuses it, like a camera would, so the target remains highly defined and in focus," he added.