in Greek and Roman mythology, the god of the Sun, medicine, poetry, music, and prophecy. He is usually shown in pictures and sculptures as a beautiful young man.
in Greek and Roman mythology, the god of the sun, medicine, poetry, music, and prophecy
the US government space programme to send people to the Moon, which succeeded in 1969 when the Apollo 11 spacecraft landed on the Moon. Apollo 13 was a later unsuccessful attempt to land on the Moon again, and the words one of the astronauts used when he thought something was going wrong, ‘Houston, we have a problem', are sometimes now used in a humorous way.
an area of glass in the wall of a building or vehicle that lets in light
a space in the side of a building or car with glass across it, where light can come in
an opening in the wall of a building, car, etc., covered with glass, that lets in light and can usually be opened to let in air
a space or an area of glass in the wall of a building or vehicle that lets in light
glasbedekte opening in ’n muur/motor
Let’s open a window.
I looked out of the window .
Suddenly a strange face appeared in the window on the other side of the window.
a blind person cannot see because their eyes are damaged
unable to see
She is going blind becoming .
to make it difficult for someone to see for a short time
to make someone unable to see, either permanently or for a short time
I was blinded by the truck’s headlights.
The deer was blinded by our headlights.
used to say that someone is driving or flying without being able to see anything because the conditions outside are very bad
not thinking about something or trying to understand it
We were flying blind through thick cloud.
Don't just blindly accept what you are told.
Think first. Don’t just blindly follow his advice.
a flat piece of cloth that you pull down to cover a window
a piece of cloth or other material that can be unrolled from the top of a window to cover the window like a curtain
We closed all the blinds.