- adj. 心胸狭隘的；思路狭窄的
- v. 给…戴眼罩；打闪光信号表示；蒙蔽（blinker的过去分词）
- blinkered (adj.)
- in the figurative sense, 1867, from horses wearing blinkers to limit the range of their vision (see blinker).
- 1. Haig was limited by his blinkered approach to strategy and tactics.
- 2. They've got a very blinkered view of life.
- 3. It grew ever more clear to everyone that the Minister was too reactionary, too blinkered.
- 4. He seems to be so blinkered that he cannot see what is happening around him.
- 5. Enmeshed in this physical world, our souls blinkered by limited horizons, we are susceptible to falsehood.
- 在这个物质的世上, 我们的眼光有限, 却对虚假敏感.
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