- adj. 晕眩的；(速度)极快的；困惑的
- vt. 使晕眩；使困惑
- 头昏眼花的,眩晕的 having or showing an unpleasant feeling that things are going round and round
- [A]引起头晕的 causing this feeling round and round
having or causing a whirling sensation; liable to falling;
"had a dizzy spell"
"a dizzy pinnacle"
"had a headache and felt giddy"
"a giddy precipice"
"feeling woozy from the blow on his head"
"a vertiginous climb up the face of the cliff"
lacking seriousness; given to frivolity;
"a dizzy blonde"
make dizzy or giddy;
"a dizzying pace"
- The airplane climbed to a dizzy height.
- Riding on merry-go-round makes me feel dizzy.
- Prices keep rising at a dizzy rate.
- He likes to drive at a dizzy speed.
- Those math problems made me dizzy.
- The old woman was dizzied by the strong wind.
- I feel a dizzy spell.
- He drove the car at dizzy speed.
- They danced round in circles until they were dizzy.
- Riding on a merry-go-round makes you feel dizzy.
- I was dizzy from lack of food.
- He was dizzy with the scorching sun.
- I was dizzy with pain.
- Those mathematical formulas make people dizzy.
- feel dizzy 发晕
My head is dizzy with thinking of the argument.出自： B. Jowett
A dizzy blonde that likes men and fun and hasn't got much sense.出自： D. Hammett
World trade was increasing at a dizzying rate.出自： J. Barzun