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blunt  Verb
Plural: blunts
  1. Translate "blunt" to Spanish: desafilar, quitar la punta a, despuntar, embotar
    English Synonyms of "blunt": dull, take the edge off, make dull
    Define meaning of "blunt": Make less sharp.; Make dull or blunt.
  2. Blunt the knives.
    Too much cutting dulls the knife's edge.

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blunt  Noun
  1. Translate "blunt" to Spanish: levantado
    English Synonyms of "blunt": rebel, rebellious

  2. Translate "blunt" to Spanish: cigarrillo ahuecado relleno de marihuana
    English Synonyms of "blunt": cigar hollowed out and filled with marijuana


blunt  Adjective
  1. Translate "blunt" to Spanish: desafilado, contundente, embotado, mocho, poco afilado, sin punta, despuntado, romo
    English Synonyms of "blunt": dull, dulled, pointless, obtuse, without a point, edgeless
    Define meaning of "blunt": Used of a knife or other blade; not sharp. ; Having a broad or rounded end.
  2. A blunt instrument.
    Thick marks made by a blunt pencil.

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  3. Translate "blunt" to Spanish: directo, franco, desnudo, franco y sin ambages, sin pelos en la lengua, tajante, sin tapujos
    English Synonyms of "blunt": direct, businesslike, straight-forward, straightaway, unhesitating, royal
    Define meaning of "blunt": Characterized by directness in manner or speech; without subtlety or evasion.
  4. The blunt truth.., La verdad desnuda.
    Blunt talking and straight shooting.
    A blunt New England farmer.
    I gave them my candid opinion.
    Forthright criticism.
    A forthright approach to the problem.

  5. Translate "blunt" to Spanish: rudo, descortés, brusco, cortante, boto
    English Synonyms of "blunt": rude, tough, crude, gruff, roughsome, bearish, hoiden, hoyden, rough
    Define meaning of "blunt": Socially incorrect in behavior. ; Lacking civility or good manners. ; Lacking in refinement or grace.


  6. Translate "blunt" to Spanish: cortante, sin mitigar
    English Synonyms of "blunt": explicit, snappish, snappy, tart, hard-core

  7. Translate "blunt" to Spanish: obtuso
    English Synonyms of "blunt": dull, obtuse
    Define meaning of "blunt": Slow to learn or understand; lacking intellectual acuity. ; Not having a sharp edge or point.

  8. Translate "blunt" to Spanish: romo
    English Synonyms of "blunt": mutic, muticous

Verb Conjugation for "blunt"
Gerund: blunting

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