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  1. dizzy

    • IPA[ˈdɪzi]

    英式

    • adj.
      having or involving a sensation of spinning around and losing one's balance;causing a disorienting sensation of spinning around and losing one's balance
    • v.
      make (someone) feel unsteady, confused, or amazed
    • verb: dizzy, 3rd person present: dizzies, gerund or present participle: dizzying, past tense: dizzied, past participle: dizzied

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    • 片語
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. having or involving a sensation of spinning around and losing one's balance:

      Jonathan had begun to suffer dizzy spells

      he looked around, dizzy with happiness

    • 2. causing a disorienting sensation of spinning around and losing one's balance:

      a sheer, dizzy drop

      a dizzy range of hues

    • 3. excitable and frivolous (typically used of a woman):

      a dizzy blonde

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make (someone) feel unsteady, confused, or amazed:

      her nearness dizzied him

    • adj. causing dizziness or disorientation:

    • unsettling, dizzy-making sensations

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    • ph. (1911–74), US baseball player and broadcaster; born Jay Hanna Dean. He pitched for the St. Louis Cardinals 1930–37 and the Chicago Cubs 1938–41. Baseball Hall of Fame (1953).

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    • ph. (1917–93), American jazz trumpet player and bandleader; born John Birks Gillespie. He was a virtuoso trumpet player and a leading exponent of the bebop style.

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    • ph. (1917–93), US jazz trumpet player and bandleader; born John Birks Gillespie. He was a virtuoso trumpet player and a leading exponent of bebop style.

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    • ph. a position of great importance

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    • IPA[ˈdizē]

    美式

    • adj.
      having or involving a sensation of spinning around and losing one's balance:
    • Jonathan had begun to suffer dizzy spells

      he looked around, dizzy with happiness

    • v.
      make (someone) feel unsteady, confused, or amazed:
    • her nearness dizzied him

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