简明英汉词典

dizzy
[5dizi]
adj.
(指人)晕眩的, 昏乱的, (指地点, 情况)使人晕眩的

美国传统词典[双解]

dizzy
diz.zy
AHD:[d1z“?]
D.J.[6dizi8]
K.K.[6d!zi]
adj.(形容词)
diz.zi.erdiz.zi.est

(1)

Having a whirling sensation and a tendency to fall.See Synonyms at giddy
眩晕的,眼花的:感到眩晕并要摔倒的参见 giddy

(2)

Bewildered or confused.
困惑的,搞糊涂的

(3)

Producing or tending to produce giddiness:
使晕眩的:使人或要使人头晕目眩的:
a dizzy height.
令人晕眩的高度

(4)

Caused by giddiness; reeling.
旋转的:由眩晕引起的;旋转的

(5)

Characterized by impulsive haste; very rapid:
极快的,迅速的:
“The American language had begun its dizzy onward march before the Revolution”(H.L. Mencken)
“独立战争以前美语就已开始了快速发展”(H.L.门琴)

(6)

Slang Scatterbrained or silly.
【俚语】 没有头脑的,傻的
v.tr.(及物动词)
diz.zieddiz.zy.ingdiz.zies

(1)

To make dizzy.
使眩晕

(2)

To confuse or bewilder.
使迷惑,使思想混乱

语源

(1)

Middle English dusie, disi
中古英语 dusie, disi

(2)

from Old English dysig [foolish]
源自 古英语 dysig [傻的]

继承用法

dizzily
adv.(副词)

dizziness
n.(名词)

dizzyingly
adv.(副词)

现代英汉词典

dizzy
[5dIzI]
adj.
-zier -ziest

(1)

眩晕的;昏乱的

(2)

使头晕目眩的;令人头昏眼花的
The airplane climbed to a dizzy height.
飞机爬到令人头晕目眩的高度。

(3)

腾云驾雾的;飘飘若仙的

(4)

愚蠢的;呆傻的;糊涂的

词性变化

dizzy
vi.

(1)

眩晕

(2)

头晕目眩;头昏眼花

现代英汉综合大辞典

dizzy
[5dizi]
adj.

(1)

使人晕眩的; (高度, 速度等)过高的, 过快的

(2)

使人眼花缭乱的

(3)

[美俚]被弄糊涂的, 令人昏乱的; 愚蠢的
a dizzy height
令人晕眩的高度
be [feel] dizzy
感到头晕目眩
dizzy and exuberant rhetoric
令人昏乱, 华而不实的言辞
a dizzy spy
愚蠢的间谍

词性变化

dizzy
[5dizi]
vt.

(1)

使人头昏眼花

(2)

使茫然, 使混乱; 使糊涂
The old woman was -zied by the strong wind.
那位老太太被风吹得头昏眼花。
The disaster -zied his brain.
那场灾难弄得他头脑昏乱。

继承用法

dizziness
[`dIzInIs]
n.

dizzying
adj.

dizzyingly
adv.

用法词典

dizzy
中古英语disi, dusi<古英语dysig 愚蠢的

英文相关词典

dizzy
confused    giddy    spinning    staggering    unsteady    

美国传统词典

dizzy
diz.zy
AHD:[d1z“?]
D.J.[6dizi8]
K.K.[6d!zi]
adj.
diz.zi.er, diz.zi.est

(1)

Having a whirling sensation and a tendency to fall.See Synonyms at giddy

(2)

Bewildered or confused.

(3)

Producing or tending to produce giddiness:
a dizzy height.

(4)

Caused by giddiness; reeling.

(5)

Characterized by impulsive haste; very rapid:
“The American language had begun its dizzy onward march before the Revolution”(H.L. Mencken)

(6)

Slang Scatterbrained or silly.
v.tr.
diz.zied, diz.zy.ing, diz.zies

(1)

To make dizzy.

(2)

To confuse or bewilder.

语源

(1)

Middle English dusie, disi

(2)

from Old English dysig [foolish]

继承用法

dizzily
adv.

dizziness
n.

dizzyingly
adv.

英汉船舶大词典

dizzy
n.晕

英汉化学大词典

dizzy
adj.晕眩的;vt.使人发晕

英汉海运大词典

dizzy
眩晕

英汉计算机大词典

dizzy
adj.晕眩的;vt.使人发晕

英汉心理学大词典

dizzy
头晕目眩

英汉医学大词典

dizzy
n.发昏,头晕的

英汉中医大词典

dizzy
n.头晕的,使头晕

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