- (of a person or a person's mind) be astonished or overwhelmed when trying to imagine something；cause (a person or a person's mind) to be astonished or overwhelmed
verb: boggle, 3rd person present: boggles, gerund or present participle: boggling, past tense: boggled, past participle: boggled
- 1. informal (of a person or a person's mind) be astonished or overwhelmed when trying to imagine something the mind boggles at the spectacle 同義詞
- ▪ informal cause (a person or a person's mind) to be astonished or overwhelmed the inflated salary of a CEO boggles the mind the total was a boggling 1.5 trillion miles 同義詞
- ▪ informal (of a person) hesitate or be anxious at you never boggle at plain speaking 同義詞
- (of a person or their mind) be astonished or baffled when trying to imagine something: the mind boggles at the spectacle
翻譯前：The existence of pretend numbers that matter in the real world boggles the mind and the fact that infinitely small changes follow the same fundamental ...
...cause a tornado on the other side of the planet? this is the kind of question that boggles some scientists what they are dealing with is chaos...
... name perfectly well but I had a temporary block." (無法思考) Boggled: adj. boggle, verb: to confuse, surprise, shock, amaze, stun, stagger, bewilder, astound, daze, confound...