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haz·y

 (hā′zē)
adj. haz·i·er, haz·i·est
1. Marked by the presence of haze; misty: hazy sunshine.
2. Unclear, confused, or uncertain: I have only a hazy notion of what she wants. I'm a bit hazy on the new budget.

[Origin unknown.]

haz′i·ly adv.
haz′i·ness n.

hazy

(ˈheɪzɪ)
adj, -zier or -ziest
1. (Physical Geography) characterized by reduced visibility; misty
2. indistinct; vague
[C17: of unknown origin]
ˈhazily adv
ˈhaziness n

ha•zy

(ˈheɪ zi)

adj. -zi•er, -zi•est.
1. characterized by the presence of haze; misty.
2. vague; indefinite; confused: a hazy idea.
[1615–25; orig. uncertain]
ha′zi•ly, v.
ha′zi•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.hazy - filled or abounding with fog or misthazy - filled or abounding with fog or mist; "a brumous October morning"
cloudy - full of or covered with clouds; "cloudy skies"
2.hazy - indistinct or hazy in outlinehazy - indistinct or hazy in outline; "a landscape of blurred outlines"; "the trees were just blurry shapes"
indistinct - not clearly defined or easy to perceive or understand; "indistinct shapes in the gloom"; "an indistinct memory"; "only indistinct notions of what to do"

hazy

adjective
1. misty, faint, dim, dull, obscure, veiled, smoky, cloudy, foggy, overcast, blurry, nebulous The air was filled with hazy sunshine and frost.
misty clear, light, bright, sunny
2. vague, uncertain, unclear, muddled, fuzzy, indefinite, loose, muzzy, nebulous, ill-defined, indistinct I have only a hazy memory of what he was like.
vague clear, detailed, certain, well-defined

hazy

adjective
1. Covered by or as if by a thin coating or film:
2. Heavy, dark, or dense, especially with impurities:
3. Not clearly perceived or perceptible:
Translations
ضبابيغامِض
málo informovanýmlhavýzamlžený
disetuklarusikker
óskÿr, òokukennduróskÿr, óviss
meglen
açık olmayanbulanıkpuslusisli

hazy

[ˈheɪzɪ] ADJ (hazier (compar) (haziest (superl)))
1. (= not clear) [sunshine, morning, view, horizon, sky] (due to mist) → brumoso, neblinoso; (due to heat) → calinoso
it's a bit hazy today (due to mist) → hoy hay un poco de neblina or bruma; (due to heat) → hoy hay un poco de calima
2. (= confused, uncertain) [notion, details] → confuso; [memory] → vago, confuso; [ideas] → poco claro, confuso
I'm a bit hazy about mathstengo las matemáticas poco claras or un poco confusas
I'm hazy about what happenedtengo solamente una vaga idea de lo que ocurrió, no recuerdo muy bien lo que ocurrió
3. (= blurred) [outline, vision] → borroso; [photograph] → nublado

hazy

[ˈheɪzi] adj
[day, afternoon] → brumeux/euse; [sunshine] → voilé(e)
[idea, memory] → vague
to be hazy about sth
He's rather hazy about the details → Il n'a qu'une vague idée des détails.
[outline, view] → flou(e)H-bomb [ˈeɪtʃbɒm] nbombe f H

hazy

adj (+er)
day, morning, weatherdunstig, diesig; sunshine, skytrübe; viewverschwommen; the hazy horizonder im Dunst liegende Horizont; hazy blueblassblau
(= blurred) outline, vision, surroundingsverschwommen
(= confused) notion, details, memoryunklar, vage; to have only a hazy notion/idea of somethingnur unklare or vage Vorstellungen von etw haben; I have only a hazy memory of herich erinnere mich nur dunkel or vage an sie; I’m a bit hazy about thatich bin mir nicht ganz im Klaren darüber; I’m hazy about what really happenedich weiß nicht so genau, was wirklich passiert ist; my memory’s a little hazy on thisich kann mich nur dunkel or vage daran erinnern; she’s still (feeling) hazy (from the anaesthetic (Brit) or anesthetic (US)) → sie ist (von der Narkose) noch benommen

hazy

[ˈheɪzɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (day) → di foschia; (weather) → caliginoso/a; (view) → indistinto/a; (photograph) → leggermente sfocato/a; (uncertain, person) → confuso/a; (unclear, memory, details, idea) → vago/a

haze1

(heiz) noun
a thin mist. The mountains were dim through the haze.
ˈhazy adjective
1. misty. a hazy view of the mountains.
2. not clear or certain. a hazy idea; I'm a bit hazy about what happened.
ˈhaziness noun
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