Meaning of defocus
Pronunciation: (dē-fō'kus), [key]
— v., n., pl. -cused, -cus•ing -cussed, -cus•sing, -cus•es.
- to cause loss of focus of: The slightest movement will defocus the microscope.
- to interrupt or disturb (concentration, attention, etc.).
- to disturb the concentration or awareness of (someone).
- to lose or go out of focus.
- to lose concentration or awareness; become distracted.
- the result of defocusing, as a blurred photographic image.