blind to


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blind to (something)

Ignoring something; oblivious to something. Kara worships her father and is completely blind to his shortcomings. She is going to be heartbroken once she learns about his embezzlement. I know you're blind to any issues with your car, but unless you want it to break down, you're going to have to take it to the shop.
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blind someone to something

Fig. to prevent someone from seeing or understanding something. The king blinded his subjects to what was going on by controlling what appeared in the newspapers. The lies and confusion blinded Jill to what was happening. She blinded herself to all his faults.
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A second modification uses a residential training center for the blind to allow a larger group of older blind persons to live for a time in an atmosphere most conducive to dealing with the problems of blindness and to take advantage of all of the available instructional facilities.
The foot section folds up and snaps in place, allowing the blind to be stored easily even when fully grassed.
The patented Swift Set System enables the blind to be set up in seconds and fold flat for transportation and storage.
Portability and super quick setup allow the blind to rank with models that cost much more.
The ECB is a full-featured ground blind that also features removable wheels to allow the blind to double as a cart for carrying up to a dozen full-body decoys, four dozen silhouettes, 200 rag decoys, plus a gun, flag and shooting bag.
Conveniently located zippers allow the blind to be used in a wide range of waterfowl and other hunting situations.
There is no doubt that this program has significant impact on helping older individuals who are blind to have more independently in their homes and communities and to participate more actively in the social, recreational, and civic of their communities.