English vocabulary and translations (See all)
hazy: misty, cloudy; indistinct, out of focus; unclear, vague, confused
The weather is often hazy in Los Angeles from the pollution.
My memories of that night are hazy. I'm not sure exactly what happened.
UK: The weather is often hazy in Los Angeles from the pollution.
US: My memories of that night are very hazy.
If the audio player isn't working:
- Download: audio.mp3
- "While Wang has his work cut out for him, the idea that China can compete with the traditional European luxury giants in retail and distribution is no longer a hazy prospect, but now a near certainty."
- "Though the details of Stink's gruesome murder are still hazy, I'm sure that you understand my deep and pervasive hatred for you, and by extension, all things British."
- "Polly : Well Susie, I guess that on the Zircondan issue, both your ideas and mine are a little bit hazy."
Do you have smart way of remembering 'Hazy'? Share it with us!