- 使目眩；使眼花繚亂 The splendor of the palace dazed him. 王宮的富麗堂皇使他眼花繚亂。
- 迷亂；恍惚[S] He had been in a daze all the way to New York. 他去紐約途中一路恍惚。
- 使茫然 to be dazed by sth. 因某事物而茫然
- 處於茫然狀態 I've been in a complete daze since hearing the sad news. 我聽到那壞消息, 一直全然不知所措。
...16 years old Aries Is a high school daze all day long I am a single parent family ...think about living your life every day so bad Daze in front a computer screen than a good day The end of...
...be deep in thought to be lost in abstraction absent-minded to be in a daze to be in a trance abstracted preoccupied abstruse spellbound...
...: adj. boggle, verb: to confuse, surprise, shock, amaze, stun, stagger, bewilder, astound, daze, confound, stupefy, dumbfound in la-la land: out to lunch: dazed and...