daze

  常用词汇  
[deɪz]     [deɪz]    
  • vt. 使 ... 茫然; 使 ... 眩目
  • n. 恍惚; 晕眩
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daze的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n. (名词)
  1. 恍惚
  2. 迷乱
  3. 茫然
  4. 迷茫
  5. 迷乱茫然眼花缭乱
v. (动词)
  1. 使茫茫然
  2. 使发呆
  3. 使头昏
  4. 使晕头转向
  5. 使眼花缭乱
  6. 使目眩
  7. 使茫然
  8. 使眼花
  9. 耀眼
  10. 使迷乱
  11. 头晕目眩
  12. 晕头转向
  13. 使(某人)迷乱而不能做出正确反应
  14. 使(某人)惊奇与迷惑
  15. 使眩晕使发昏使迷乱使茫然
  16. 发昏
  17. 炫耀眩(眼)使眼花缭乱
  18. 使…茫然
  19. 使 … 眩目

双解释义

v. (动词)
  1. vt. 使迷糊,使眩晕 cause someone to lose clear vision, especially from intense light

英英释义

Noun:
  1. the feeling of distress and disbelief that you have when something bad happens accidentally;

    "his mother's death left him in a daze"
    "he was numb with shock"

  2. confusion characterized by lack of clarity

Verb:
  1. to cause someone to lose clear vision, especially from intense light;

    "She was dazzled by the bright headlights"

  2. overcome as with astonishment or disbelief;

    "The news stunned her"

daze的用法和样例:

例句

用作及物动词 (vt.)
  1. We drove home in an absolute daze.
    我们茫然一片地驱车回家。
  2. I've been in a complete daze since hearing the news.
    自从听到那消息,我一直茫然不知所措。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. He had been in a daze all the way to New York.
    他去纽约途中一路恍惚。

常见句型

用作动词 (v.)
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. The blow dazed her.
    这一击把她打昏了。
  2. The blow on the head dazed him for a moment.
    头上受了一击后,他昏过去了一会儿。
  3. The whiteness of the walls dazed me.
    墙壁之白使我感到眼花。
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  5. I was dazed by the blow on the head.
    我头上挨了一击,因而晕头转向。
  6. I was dazed by the news of the plane crash.
    飞机失事的消息让我惊愕。
  7. I was dazed by her sudden offer.
    她突然提出此事,我感到惊奇而不知所措。
其他
  1. But she was still feeling a little dazed.
    但她仍然感到有点儿迷糊。
  2. Feeling dazed, she said, “Then she really is the one.”
    她稀里糊涂地说:“那么她真是那个人了。”
  3. He looked dazed with drugs.
    他看样子似因服用药物而致眩晕。

词汇搭配

经典引文

  • In a daze of pure satisfaction.

    出自: Day Lewis
  • Conscious but in a daze, hardly aware of what was happening.

    出自: D. Bagley
  • She looked dazed, perhaps from the effects of her fall.

    出自: G. Macdonald
  • I was so dazed with joy that I could hardly speak.

    出自: D. Murphy

daze的详细讲解:

词语用法

v. (动词)
  1. daze的基本意思是“使迷糊,使眩晕”,指任何一种原因(如击中头部、过量的光线、身体或大脑受到震动)使人的心理机能变得麻木或迟钝,如糊涂或目眩。
  2. daze是及物动词,接名词或代词作宾语,可用于被动结构。
  3. daze的过去分词dazed常用如形容词在句中作表语。

词义辨析

v. (动词)
daze, stun, bemuse, dumbfound, paralyze
  • 这组词的共同意思是“由于某种原因而使心理机能变得麻木或迟钝”,其区别是:
  • 1.原因和结果各不相同。daze指因击中头部、过量的光线、身体或大脑受到震动等使人迷糊或目眩;stun指由于重击或猛跌引起思维能力突然丧失或失去知觉,即人事不省;bemuse指醉酒或身心压力过重等而致头脑混乱、迷茫;dumbfound指某场景或某消息使受惊而说不出话来;paralyze则指某一直接事件或某一令人震惊的消息使某人丧失行动能力或功能。例如:
  • Banging my head on the door dazed me for a while. 头撞到门使我晕了一下。
  • He was temporarily stunned by the fall. 他因跌倒而暂时不省人事。
  • I was beginning to feel slightly bemused. 我开始感到有些迷惑。
  • She was dumbfounded by the terrible news.她被这可怕的消息惊得说不出话来。
  • He stood paralyzed by fear.他被吓得站在那里无法动弹。
  • 2.daze, stun, bemuse的宾语都是人,paralyze的宾语可以是人,也可以是物或事物。例如:
  • The electricity failure paralyzed the train service.停电使火车的运行处于瘫痪状态。
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