- 迷 [mí]
- （分辨不清; 失去判断力） be confused; lose one's way; get lost:
lose one's bearings; get lost; 迷了方向
The player can't see most of the game. 当局者迷。- （沉醉于） be fascinated by; indulge in; be enchanted with [by]; be crazy about:
be crazy on [about] skating; 迷上了溜冰
be fascinated; be enchanted; 入了迷- （使看不清; 使迷惑; 使陶醉） confuse; perplex; fascinate; enchant:
be befuddled by a craving for wealth 财迷心窍
- （沉醉于某一事物的人） fan; enthusiast; fiend; maniac:
a chess enthusiast; 棋迷
a movie fan; a film fiend; 影迷- （姓氏） a surname:
Mi Tang 迷唐
He lost his way in the heath.
He lost his way in the forest.
These voyagers lost their way after the storm.
I'm afraid I haven't got a very good sense of directions, so I easily get lost.
He lost his way, which delayed him considerably.
I think I'm lost; I can't find the bridge.
He is crazy about Crazy English.