blurred

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From the verb blur: (⇒ conjugate)
blurred is: Click the infinitive to see all available inflections
v pastverb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man." "She laughed."
v past pverb, past participle: Verb form used descriptively or to form verbs--for example, "the locked door," "The door has been locked."
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

blurred

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. the [words, lines, view] were blurred
  2. the [words] [appeared, became] blurred
  3. her vision was blurred with tears
  4. have blurred vision
  5. the symptoms include blurred vision
  6. a blurred [image, photograph, view]
  7. (could just make out) the blurred [outline, figure, landscape]
  8. the [image, picture, photo] is blurred
  9. the edges are blurred
  10. has blurred edges
  11. was blurred [in, by] the [rain, fog, distance]
  12. is [all, very, completely] blurred
  13. the [distinction, boundary] is becoming increasingly blurred
  14. the line between [right and wrong] become blurred when
  15. the blurred line between [right and wrong]
  16. my [head, mind] felt blurred (and disoriented)
  17. the memory is blurred
additional examples
  1. the [words, lines, view] were blurred
  2. the [words] [appeared, became] blurred
  3. her vision was blurred with tears
  4. have blurred vision
  5. the symptoms include blurred vision
  6. a blurred [image, photograph, view]
  7. (could just make out) the blurred [outline, figure, landscape]
  8. the [image, picture, photo] is blurred
  9. the edges are blurred
  10. has blurred edges
  11. was blurred [in, by] the [rain, fog, distance]
  12. is [all, very, completely] blurred
  13. the [distinction, boundary] is becoming increasingly blurred
  14. the line between [right and wrong] become blurred when
  15. the blurred line between [right and wrong]
  16. my [head, mind] felt blurred (and disoriented)
  17. the memory is blurred
  18. blurred-motion photography
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

blur

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a blur of [light, speed, motion, activity, movement]
  2. he looked like a blur when he [ran, drove, sprinted] past
  3. the blur is from [camera shake, a slow shutter speed, poor focus]
  4. blur on the [image, photo, screen]
  5. [eliminate, prevent] image blur
  6. [tips, tricks] to eliminate blur
  7. was nothing but a blur
  8. could see nothing but a blur
  9. could only see a blur
  10. The [day, memory, vacation] is nothing but a blur now.
  11. It all seems like a blur now.
  12. [The whole day, Everything] seems a blur now.
  13. It's all only a blur now.
  14. All that's left now is a blur.
  15. just a blur on the [waves, horizon]
  16. There is a blur between the [cultures, languages, categories].
v
  1. my vision is starting to blur
  2. my vision is blurring
  3. causes your vision to blur
  4. the [background, image, text] is blurred
  5. blur the [distinction, line] (between)
  6. blur the lines of [reality, gender, race]
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