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    Blurring past

    Hi, could you please clarify the meaning of BLURRING PAST in the following sentence:

    He swiveled around, blurring past the empty room.


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    Re: Blurring past

    Without more context, it seems he moved very quickly past the empty room, so fast that he seemed blurred.

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