4not take/pay a blind bit of noticeBritish EnglishBrE informal to completely ignore what someone does or says, especially in a way that is annoying 对…视若无睹；把…不当一回事
He never pays a blind bit of notice to what his staff tell him.
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not take/pay a blind bit of notice• For six years, the Government have not taken a blindbit of notice of the Audit Commission's report.
5not make a blind bit of differenceBritish EnglishBrE informalCHANGE/MAKE something DIFFERENT used to emphasize that whatever someone says or does will not change the situation at all 没有一点儿区别；于事无补；无任何作用
Try and talk to her if you want, but I don’t think it’ll make a blind bit of difference.
a)blind faith/prejudice/obedience etcEMOTIONAL strong feelings that someone has without thinking about why they have them – used to show disapproval 盲目的信仰/偏见/顺从等〔含贬义〕
Blind faith sent thousands of people to a pointless war.
a story about blind loyalty
b)blind panic/rageEMOTIONAL strong feelings of fear or anger that you cannot control 莫名的恐慌/愤怒
In a moment of blind panic, she had pulled the trigger and shot the man dead.
Blind rage took hold of him.
7.road 道路blind bend/cornerTTRa corner in a road that you cannot see beyond when you are driving 隐蔽的弯道[拐角]
blinds ... drawn• It wasn't much brighter than the corridor in there, for blinds were drawn on the two windows.• Three windows had their greenblinds perpetually drawn against morning sun or any damage from afternoon light.• The kitchen was quite dark because the blinds were drawn.• The minister said he felt disorientated, the blinds were drawn, and he lost track of time.• Theodora noticed the blinds were drawn in all but the central block.• For some unknownreason, the blinds were always drawn, giving it a depressingatmosphere.• The blinds were drawn to darken our downstairs room where the coffinrested on the table in front of the range.• The street was deserted with blinds and curtains drawn.
➡ see also shadeADJECTIVE | VERB + BLIND | PREPOSITIONADJECTIVE➤window百葉窗▸➤roller, venetian捲簾；軟百葉簾VERB + BLIND➤open, pull up, raise打開／捲起／拉起百葉窗▸➤close, draw, lower, pull down, shut (especially NAmE) 關上／拉上／放低／拉下／合上遮簾PREPOSITION➤through a/the blind透過窗簾◇She saw a figure through the blinds. 她透過窗簾看到一個身影。blind
ADVERB➤almost, nearly幾乎使眼盲；近乎使失明◇The strong light almost blinded him. 強光照得他幾乎什麼都看不見了。➤momentarily, temporarily暫時失明➤completely完全失明blind
1unable to see失明VERBS | ADVERB | PHRASESVERBS➤be, be born失明；天生失明▸➤be registered (as)做了失明登記▸➤go喪失視力◇She went blind at the age of ten. 她 10 歲的時候失明了。➤make sb使某人失明ADVERB➤completely, totally完全失明▸➤almost, nearly, virtually幾乎／差不多／實際上失明▸➤partially半盲➤temporarily暫時失明➤legally (NAmE) 法律意義上的失明PHRASES➤as blind as a bat視力很差▸➤be blind in one eye一隻眼睛失明◇He is almost blind in one eye. 他的一隻眼幾乎瞎了。blind
2blind to sthnot willing to notice/admit sth無視；不願承認VERBS | ADVERBVERBS➤be, seem沒有察覺；好像看不見▸➤become變得認識不到▸➤make sb使某人無視⋯ADVERB➤completely, totally完全意識不到⋯◇His own problems have made him completely blind to the sufferings of others. 他自己的煩惱使他完全看不見別人的痛苦。➤wilfully/willfully故意無視◇Is the public wilfully / willfully blind to what is going on? 難道公眾對所發生的事情有意視而不見嗎？