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As with many words, the meaning depends on context. The verb blunder means alternatively: to move in an awkward way I could hear him blundering around in the darkness. to make a (serious) mistake, usually because of not taking care or thinking Police blundered by not releasing more details about the case to focus public interest. In this case, ...


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In this situation according to Longman Dictionary applies definition #1, as a verb: blunder, verb 1 [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to move in an unsteady way, as if you cannot see properly blunder about/around: Someone was blundering about in the kitchen. blunder into/past/through etc something: Phil came blundering down the ...


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