- v. 使眼花；使赞许
- n. 光辉
- vt. 使目眩 make sb unable to see clearly or act normally because of too much light, brilliance, splendour, etc.
- vt. 使惊异不已 impress; bewitch
brightness enough to blind partially and temporarily
to cause someone to lose clear vision, especially from intense light;
"She was dazzled by the bright headlights"
amaze or bewilder, as with brilliant wit or intellect or skill;
"Her arguments dazzled everyone"
"The dancer dazzled the audience with his turns and jumps"
- His eyes dazzled before the strong light.
- She was dazzled by her sudden success.
- The diamond ring worn in her bridle hand's third finger dazzle against firelight.
- You will dazzle everyone you meet this week.
- There are too few such inspirational figures around today to dazzle and excite.
- The theatre was a dazzle of bright lights.
- The bright morning sun dazzled him.
- I can't see because the light is dazzling me.
- The splendid hall dazzled the young man.
- Such prospects almost dazzled the young girl.
- To look straight at the sun dazzled the eye.
- He dazzled the crowd with his oratory.
- She was dazzled by bright lights when she came into the room.
- He was dazzled by her beauty.
- The student was dazzled by his sudden success.
Cover her face; mine eyes dazzle.出自： J. Webster
- ☆ 15世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自中古英语的dasen，意为头昏，目眩。