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giddy

US [ˈɡɪdi]
UK 
  • adj.头晕;眼花缭乱;头晕眼花;令人头昏目眩的
  • v.(使)眩晕;(使)眼花缭乱
  • Web轻浮的;轻佻的;轻率的
Comparative Degree:giddier  Superlative:giddiest  Simple Present:giddies  Past Participle:giddied  Present Participle:giddying  
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adj.
1.
[nubn]
头晕;眩晕feeling that everything is moving and that you are going to fall
When I looked down from the top floor, I felt giddy.
我从顶楼朝下看时感到头晕目眩。
2.
[nubn]
~ (with sth)
(高兴或激动得)发狂,举止反常so happy and excited that you cannot behave normally
She was giddy with happiness.
她高兴得忘乎所以。
3.
[ubn]
令人眩晕的;使人头昏眼花的making you feel as if you were about to fall
The kids were pushing the roundabout at a giddy speed.
孩子们推动着旋转平台快得令人眩晕。
the giddy heights of success
令人目眩的巨大成功
4.
轻率的;轻浮的;不稳重的not serious
Isabel's giddy young sister
伊莎贝尔轻浮的小妹

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