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fuzzy 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/ˈfəzē/,
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fuzzier, comparative; fuzziest, superlative;
  1. Having a frizzy, fluffy, or frayed texture or appearance
    • - a girl with fuzzy dark hair
  2. Difficult to perceive clearly or understand and explain precisely; indistinct or vague
    • - the picture is very fuzzy
    • - that fuzzy line between right and wrong
  3. (of a person or the mind) Unable to think clearly; confused
    • - my mind felt fuzzy
  4. Of or relating to a form of set theory and logic in which predicates may have degrees of applicability, rather than simply being true or false. It has important uses in artificial intelligence and the design of control systems


  1. fuzzed: covering with fine light hairs; "his head fuzzed like a dandelion gone to seed"
  2. bleary: indistinct or hazy in outline; "a landscape of blurred outlines"; "the trees were just blurry shapes"
  3. confused and not coherent; not clearly thought out; "a vague and fuzzy idea of the world of finance"
  4. (fuzziness) indistinctness: the quality of being indistinct and without sharp outlines
  5. Fuzzy is the debut album by Los Angeles indie rock group Grant Lee Buffalo, released in 1993.
  6. Jens Vilhelm Pedersen, also known as Fuzzy (born February 23, 1939) is a Danish composer and musician. A student of Per Nørgård, Karlheinz Stockhausen, György Ligeti and Jan Bark. He taught music history and theory at the Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus until 1978.
  7. (Fuzzies) A Fuzzy or Fuzzy Customer is an active customer account of an electric distribution systems receiving service at an unknown or indeterminate location within that utility's mapping system. ...
  8. Covered with fuzz or a large number of tiny loose fibres like a carpet or many stuffed animals. Mentioned in the popular nursery rhyme Fuzzy wuzzy was a bear; Vague or imprecise; Not clear; unfocused
  9. (fuzzier) comparative form of fuzzy: more fuzzy
  10. (Fuzzies) Term used by military re-enactors for those portraying Fur Traders, Mountain Men, etc.
  11. (Fuzziness) A type of imprecision characterising classes that for various reasons cannot have or do not have sharply defined boundaries. The term fuzzy may cause misconceptions. "Fuzzy" is said to have a negative connotation, usually suggesting something imprecise. ...
  12. (fuzziness) The amount of anti-aliasing along the edges of a selection.
  13. A sharply asymmetrical two-wing shape, with each wing having an abrupt bend at mid-length
  14. In contrast to binary (true/ false) terms allows for looser boundaries for sets or concepts.
  15. velloso; rizado; ensortijado; confuso; borroso
  16. The high point of teaching public speaking one summer was an international student who temporarily confused the words "fuzzy" and "chubby." He claimed his diet-obsessed younger sister worried about turning fuzzy.
  17. When the land was still called Sosaria there was a race of fast and very magical creatures known as fuzzies. Because of their size, they were not very strong, but they made exceptional mages. Since the cataclysm after The Avatar destroyed Exodus they have completely vanished. ...
  18. a young mouse (or rat) just getting its hair
  19. A young mouse approximately six to thirteen days old that is fed to carnivorous reptiles. Called a fuzzy because it is just starting to grow hair.
  20. Description for the condition of greens that haven't been mowed recently. Putting on fuzzy greens is more like putting in the fairway—slow! Also a nickname for PGA Tour golfer Frank Urban Zoeller.
  21. a hairy appearance caused by protruding broken fibers or filaments.
  22. 1. Even though "fuzzy" is slang, it's common when referring to searches, especially in databases. If you do a fuzzy search for "Smith" you will probably also get "Smyth", because it sounds the same. The use of "fuzzy" is valid in this context. ...
  23. a young mouse 7-12 days old who has started to grow fur but has not opened its eyes yet.