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foggy

indistinct; bewildered; blurred as if by fog; not clear; vague: I haven’t the foggiest notion of what she meant.; thick with or having much fog; misty: a foggy day in London town.
Not to be confused with:
fogy – a stodgy, old-fashioned, or excessively conservative person, esp. one who is intellectually dull: She was just an old fogy who wouldn’t let her granddaughter wear an earring in her nose.
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fog·gy

(fô′gē, fŏg′ē)adj.fog·gi·er, fog·gi·est1.
b. Resembling or suggestive of fog.
2. Clouded or blurred by or as if by fog; vague: had only a foggy memory of what happened; hasn't the foggiest idea how to get home.
fog′gi·ness n.
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foggy

(ˈfɒɡɪ) adj, -gieror-giest
2. obscure or confused
4. not the foggiest not the foggiest idea not the foggiest notion no idea whatsoever: I haven't the foggiest.
ˈfogginessn
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fog•gy

(ˈfɒg i, ˈfɔ gi)
adj. -gi•er, -gi•est.
2. covered or enveloped as if with fog: a foggy mirror.
4. bewildered; perplexed.
5. (of a photographic negative or positive) affected by fog.
fog′gi•ly,adv.
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foggy

, fog - Foggy first meant 'covered with a grass; mossy; boggy,' as fog first meant 'coarse grass' and evolved to mean 'thick, murky' in relation to atmosphere.Foggy Notion Meaning
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Adj.1.foggy - stunned or confused and slow to react (as from blows or drunkenness or exhaustion)
groggy, logy, stuporous, dazed
lethargic - deficient in alertness or activity; 'bullfrogs became lethargic with the first cold nights'
2.foggy - indistinct or hazy in outline; 'a landscape of blurred outlines'; 'the trees were just blurry shapes'
indistinct - not clearly defined or easy to perceive or understand; 'indistinct shapes in the gloom'; 'an indistinct memory'; 'only indistinct notions of what to do'
3.foggy - filled or abounding with fog or mist; 'a brumous October morning'
cloudy - full of or covered with clouds; 'cloudy skies'
4.foggy - obscured by fog; 'he could barely see through the fogged window'
opaque - not transmitting or reflecting light or radiant energy; impenetrable to sight; 'opaque windows of the jail'; 'opaque to X-rays'
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foggy

adjective
1.misty, grey, murky, cloudy, obscure, blurred, dim, hazy, nebulous, indistinct, soupy, smoggy, vaporous, brumous(rare)Conditions were damp and foggy this morning.
mistyclear, bright
2.unclear, confused, clouded, stupid, obscure, vague, dim, bewildered, muddled, dazed, cloudy, stupefied, indistinct, befuddled, darkMy foggy brain sifted through the possibilities.
unclearclear, sharp, alert, accurate, distinct, decisive, awake, shrewd, lucid, palpable, undimmed
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foggy

adjectiveNot clearly perceived or perceptible:
blear, bleary, cloudy, dim, faint, fuzzy, hazy, indefinite, indistinct, misty, obscure, shadowy, unclear, undistinct, vague.
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mlhavý
òokufullur, mistraîur
霧の立ちこめた
dimmig

foggy

[ˈfɒgɪ]ADJ (foggier (compar) (foggiest (superl)))
1. (Met) [weather] → brumoso; [day] → de niebla, brumoso
it's foggyhay niebla
I haven't the foggiest (idea)no tengo la másremotaidea
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foggy

[ˈfɒgi]adj
it's foggy → il y a du brouillard
a foggy day → un jour de brouillard
foggy conditions → tempsmbrumeux
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foggy

adj (+er)
(fig: = confused) brainverwirrt; in my foggy statein meiner Verwirrung; I haven’t the foggiest (idea)(inf)ich habe keinen blassenSchimmer(inf)
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foggy

[ˈfɒgɪ]adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) → nebbioso/a
it's foggy → c'è nebbia
Foggy notion chordsI haven't the foggiest (idea) (fam) → non ne ho la più pallidaidea

Foggy Notion Meaning In Hindi

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fog

(fog) noun
a thick cloud of moisture or water vapour in the air which makes it difficult to see. I had to drive very slowly because of the fog. mis ضَباب мъгла nevoeiro mlha der Nebel tåge; dis ομίχληniebla udu مه sumu brouillardערפל कोहरा magla köd kabut þoka nebbia 안개 rūkas migla kabus misttåkemgła خمښ، دمه nevoeiro ceaţă deasă, negură туман hmla megla magla dimma หมอก sis густий туман کہرا sương mù
verbpast tense, past participle fogged
(usually with up) to cover with fog. Her glasses were fogged up with steam. toewasem يَكْسو بالضَّباب замъглявам enevoar zamlžit (se) beschlagen være tåget θαμπώνωempañarse uduseks tegema مه آلود شدن huurtua embuer לְכַסוֹת בְּעֲרָפֶל कोहरे से घिरना, भ्रम पैदा होना zamagliti (se) ködbe borít berkabut fá á sig móðu annebbiare; appannare 霧でおおう 안개로 뒤덮이다 apsitraukti rūku, aprasoti aizmiglot; ietīt miglā berkabus beslaantåkelegge, dogge, gjøre uklar zamglić تتول، مبهم کول enevoar a (se) înceţoşa затуманивать zahmliť sa zamegliti zamagliti imma igen, hölja i dimma ทำให้เป็นฝ้ามัว buğulanmak, sislenmek 以霧籠罩 затуманювати(ся) دھند سے بھر جانا bao phủ hay bị bao phủ bằng sương mù 雾气笼罩
ˈfoggy adjective
full of, or covered with, fog. It is very foggy tonight. mistig ضَبابي мъглив enevoado mlhavý nebelig tåget; diset ομιχλώδηςnebuloso, brumoso, de niebla udune مه آلود sumuinen brumeuxמעורפל धुंधला, भ्रमपूर्ण maglovit, zamagljen ködös berkabut þokufullur, mistraður nebbioso 霧のかかった 안개가 낀 miglotas, ūkanotas miglains berkabus mistigtåketmglisty, zamglony تت، مبهم، بډلى enevoado ceţos, neguros туманный hmlistý meglen maglovit dimmig มีหมอกมาก sisli 有霧的 туманний دھند سے بھرا có sương mù 有雾的
ˈfog-bound adjectiveMeaning
unable to move or function because of fog. The plane is fog-bound. deur mis vasgekeer; deur mis vertraag طائِرَه غير قادِره على الطيران بسبب الضباب задържан от мъгла preso pelo nevoeiro uvázlý v mlze durch Nebel behindert opholdt på grund af tåge ακινητοποιημένος λόγω ομίχλης inmovilizado por la niebla uduvangis گرفتار در مه sumussa pris dans la brume תְּקוּע בִגלָל הַעֲרָפֶל कोहरे से हुई परेशानी zaustavljen (nepokretan) zbog magle ködben veszteglő terhambat kabut tepptur vegna þoku fermo 霧に閉じこめられた 안개에 쌓인 negalintis skristi/plaukti dėl rūko miglas aizkavēts penuh kabus door mist opgehouden fast/innstilt pga. tåke unieruchomiony przez mgłę له حركت څخه لويدل preso pelo nevoeiro imobilizat din cauza ceţii окутанный туманом uviaznuť v hmle zadržan zaradi megle ometen maglom uppehållen på grund av dimma ที่ไม่สามารถเดินทางไปไหนได้เพราะหมอกลงหนา sis yüzünden hareket edemeyen; sis kaplı 因濃霧而進退不得的 затриманий туманом کہرے کی وجہ سے حرکت نہیں کر پانا không đi được vì sương mù dày đặc 因浓雾而进退不得的
ˈfog-horn noun
a horn used as a warning to or by ships in fog. mishoring بوق تحذير من الضَّباب морска сирена sirene mlhový roh das Nebelhorn tågehorn σειρήνα ομίχλης sirena de niebla udupasun بوق مه sumutorvi corne de brume צוֹפָר עֲרָפֶל कोहरे की सूचना देने का सायरन sirena za maglu ködsziréna terompet kabut þokulúður sirena per la nebbia 霧笛 농무 경적 sirena esant rūkui miglas taure terompet kabus misthoorn tåkelur syrena przeciwmgielna هغه ترم چه دبډل په وخت كى كښتيوته دخبرتيا دپاره وهل كيږى sereia sirenă de avertizare pe timp de ceaţă туманный горн hmlová siréna, hmlový roh (na lodi) zvočni signal (v megli) sirena za maglu mistlur แตรที่ใช้เตือนภัย sis düdüğü 霧角 ревун, туманна сирена کہرے میں جہاز کو خبردار کرنے کے لۓ ایک آلہ còi báo hiệu cho tàu đi trong sương mù 雾角
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foggy

ضَبَابيّ mlhavý tågetnebligομιχλώδηςnebuloso sumuinenbrumeux maglovitnebbioso 霧の立ちこめた 안개가 자욱한mistigtåketemglistynebuloso, nubladoтуманный dimmig ที่เป็นหมอกsisli sương mù多雾的
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(one) hasn't the foggiest

To have no knowledge or understanding whatsoever about something. I'm trying to find my car keys, but I just haven't the foggiest where they could be.A: 'Did you have any idea what would happen?' B: 'I hadn't the foggiest, I swear!'

not have the foggiest

To have no knowledge or understanding whatsoever about something. He doesn't have the foggiest how hard it is to run a business.A: 'Do you know where the car keys are?' B: 'I don't have the foggiest. Sorry.'

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not have the foggiest idea

To have no knowledge or understanding about something. He does not have the foggiest idea how hard it is to run a business.I do not have the foggiest idea where I left my car keys.

not have the foggiest notion

To have no knowledge or understanding about something. He doesn't have the foggiest notion how hard it is to run a business.A: 'Do you know where the car keys are?' B: 'I don't have the foggiest notion. Sorry.'

the foggiest

A basic, vague, or rudimentary knowledge or understanding (about something). Often used in negative constructions. A: 'Do you know where the car keys are?' B: 'I haven't the foggiest. Sorry.'Do you have the foggiest how much this mistake is going to cost the company?Even though I could speak a little Japanese, I could only pretend to have the foggiest what the woman was talking about.

the foggiest (idea)

Knowledge or understanding of something. Typically used in the negative to show that one does not know something. He does not have the foggiest idea how hard it is to run a business.Where are your keys? I haven't the foggiest.

the foggiest inkling

A basic, vague, or rudimentary knowledge or understanding (about something). Often used in negative constructions. A: 'Do you know where the car keys are?' B: 'I haven't the foggiest inkling. Sorry.'Do you have the foggiest inkling how much this mistake is going to cost the company?Even though I could speak a little Japanese, I didn't have the foggiest inkling what the woman was talking about.

the foggiest notion

A basic, vague, or rudimentary knowledge or understanding (about something). Often used in negative constructions. A: 'Do you know where the car keys are?' B: 'I haven't the foggiest notion. Sorry.'Do you have the foggiest notion how much this mistake is going to cost the company?Even though I could speak a little Japanese, I could only pretend to have the foggiest notion what the woman was talking about.

the foggiest understanding

A basic, vague, or rudimentary understanding (about something). Often used in negative constructions. Do you have the foggiest understanding of how much this mistake is going to cost the company?Even though I could speak a little Japanese, I didn't have the foggiest understanding what the woman was talking about.
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foggiest (idea)

Fig. (even) a hazy idea. (Usually in the negative.) I'm sorry I don't know. I haven't the foggiest.I don't have the foggiest idea of how to do this.
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not have the foggiest idea

or

not have the foggiest

INFORMAL
COMMON If you do not have the foggiest idea or do not have the foggiest, you do not know anything at all about something. I did not have the foggiest idea what he meant.`How often does it need to be changed?' — `Haven't the foggiest.'
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not have the foggiest (idea or notion)

have no idea at all. informal, chiefly British
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not have the ˈfaintest/ˈfoggiest (idea)

(British English, informal) have no idea at all about something; not know anything at all: I haven’t got the faintest idea what to buy Roger for his birthday.‘Where are we?’ ‘I’m afraid I haven’t the foggiest.’
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the foggiest (idea)

n. (even) a hazy idea. (Usually in the negative.) I’m sorry I don’t know. I haven’t the foggiest.

the foggiest

verb
See also: foggy
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