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hazy adj.

1 not clear because the air is difficult to see through

VERBS be, look The distant mountains looked hazy and mysterious. | become | remain

ADV. very | a little, quite, rather, slightly Generally, it will be rather hazy today, with some hill fog.

PREP. with The summers were hazy with pollution.

2 confused

VERBS be | become | remain

ADV. extremely, very I have only a very hazy idea about how the economy works. | a bit, fairly, a little, rather, somewhat My memory of that day is somewhat hazy now.

PREP. about I'm a bit hazy about my family history.