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dizzy

US [ˈdɪzi]
UK ['dɪzi]
  • adj.头晕目眩的;眩晕的;使人眩晕的;使人头昏眼花的
  • v.1. 使头晕眼花
  • Web晕眩的;头晕的;头眩目晕的
Comparative Degree:dizzier  Superlative:dizziest  Past Tense:dizzied  Present Participle:dizzying  
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adj.
1.
头晕目眩的;眩晕的feeling as if everything is spinning around you and that you are not able to balance
Climbing so high made me feel dizzy .
爬那么高使我感到头晕目眩。
I suffer from dizzy spells(= short periods when I am dizzy ) .
我患有阵发性头晕。
2.
使人眩晕的;使人头昏眼花的;使人感到变化太快的making you feel dizzy ; making you feel that a situation is changing very fast
the dizzy descent from the summit
从山顶陡然而下,令人目眩
the dizzy pace of life in Hong Kong
香港令人目眩的生活节奏
3.
(informal)
愚蠢的;笨的silly or stupid
a dizzy blonde
金发傻妞

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