简明英汉词典

giddy
[5^idi]
adj.
眼花缭乱的, 头晕的, 轻率的
v.
(使)眼花, (使)眩晕

美国传统词典[双解]

giddy
gid.dy
AHD:[g1d“?]
D.J.[6gidi8]
K.K.[6g!di]
adj.(形容词)
gid.di.ergid.di.est

(1)

Having a reeling, lightheaded sensation; dizzy.
头晕的,眼花缭乱的:有旋转或晕眩感觉的;眩晕的

(2)

Causing or capable of causing dizziness:
眼花的,头晕的:引起或能引起旋转或眩晕感觉的:
a giddy climb to the topmast.
到船中桅的令人头晕的攀登

(3)

Frivolous and lighthearted; flighty.
轻浮的,轻佻的;轻狂的
v.intr.tr.(不及物动词和及物动词)
gid.diedgid.dy.inggid.dies
To become or make giddy.
使眼花,使头晕:变得或使人眼花缭乱或头晕

语源

(1)

Middle English gidi [crazy]
中古英语 gidi [疯狂的]

(2)

from Old English gidig * see gheu()-
源自 古英语 gidig *参见 gheu()-

继承用法

giddily
adv.(副词)

giddiness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

giddydizzyvertiginous

(2)

The central meaning shared by these adjectives is “producing a sensation of whirling and a tendency to fall”:
这些形容词共有的中心意思是“产生旋转或要跌倒的感觉”:
a giddy precipice;
令人眩晕的悬崖;
a dizzy pinnacle;
让人头晕的尖顶;
a vertiginous height.
使人眼花的高度

注释
The word giddy refers to fairly lightweight experiences or situations, but at one time it had to do with profundities. Giddy can be traced back to the same Germanic root .gud- that has given us the word God. The Germanic word .gudigaz formed on this root meant “possessed by a god.” Such possession can be a rather unbalancing experience, and so it is not surprising that the Old English representative of .gudigaz, gidig, meant “mad, possessed by an evil spirit,” or that the Middle English development of gidig, gidi, meant the same thing, as well as “foolish; mad (used of an animal); dizzy; uncertain, unstable.” Our sense “lighthearted, frivolous,” represents the ultimate secularization of giddy.
单词giddy 完全是指不必要的经历或情况, 但同时与深度有关。Giddy 能被追溯到它的德语词根 gud- , 从同一词根我们得到单词God 。 德语词gudigaz 由这个词根形成的意思是“由上帝占有”。 这种拥有可以是一种不平衡的经历,所以对于gudigaz ,gidig 在古英语的表达并不奇怪, 意思是“疯狂的,被恶魔占据的”或gidig, gidi 有在中古英语中发展而来的同样的意思, 另外还有“呆的;疯狂的(用于动物);头晕眼花的;不确定的,不稳定的。”我们“轻浮的,轻佻的”的解释代表了最终世俗化的giddy

现代英汉词典

giddy
[5^IdI]
adj.
-dier, -diest

(1)

晕眩的;头晕的

(2)

使人晕眩的;使人头晕的
We looked down from a giddy height.
我们从使人头晕的高处往下看。

(3)

轻浮的,轻佻的
She is a giddy thing.
她是个轻浮的人。

现代英汉综合大辞典

giddy
[5^idi]
adj.

(1)

头晕的; 眼花缭乱的

(2)

使人发晕的

(3)

轻率[浮, 佻] 的; 过于喜欢享乐的

(4)

急速回转的

(5)

无聊的, 无意义的
a giddy head
轻率 的人
a giddy life of pleasure
放荡的生活
a giddy young girl
轻佻的少女
feel giddy
头晕

词性变化

giddy
[5^idi]
vt., vi.
(使)眩晕; (使)急速旋转

继承用法

giddy-brained
adj.
轻浮[率]的

giddy-go-round
n.
[英]旋转木马

词性变化

giddily
adv.

giddiness
n.
=dizziness

英文相关词典

giddy
dizzy    flighty    scatterbrained    silly    

美国传统词典

giddy
gid.dy
AHD:[g1d“?]
D.J.[6gidi8]
K.K.[6g!di]
adj.
gid.di.er, gid.di.est

(1)

Having a reeling, lightheaded sensation; dizzy.

(2)

Causing or capable of causing dizziness:
a giddy climb to the topmast.

(3)

Frivolous and lighthearted; flighty.
v.intr.tr.
gid.died, gid.dy.ing, gid.dies
To become or make giddy.

语源

(1)

Middle English gidi [crazy]

(2)

from Old English gidig * see gheu()-

继承用法

giddily
adv.

giddiness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

giddy, dizzy, vertiginous

(2)

The central meaning shared by these adjectives is “producing a sensation of whirling and a tendency to fall”:
a giddy precipice;
a dizzy pinnacle;
a vertiginous height.

注释
The word giddy refers to fairly lightweight experiences or situations, but at one time it had to do with profundities. Giddy can be traced back to the same Germanic root .gud- that has given us the word God. The Germanic word .gudigaz formed on this root meant “possessed by a god.” Such possession can be a rather unbalancing experience, and so it is not surprising that the Old English representative of .gudigaz, gidig, meant “mad, possessed by an evil spirit,” or that the Middle English development of gidig, gidi, meant the same thing, as well as “foolish; mad (used of an animal); dizzy; uncertain, unstable.” Our sense “lighthearted, frivolous,” represents the ultimate secularization of giddy.

英汉化学大词典

giddy
adj.发晕的,轻率的;vt.使...眩晕,急速旋转

英汉计算机大词典

giddy
adj.发晕的(轻率的);vt.使...眩晕(急速旋转)

英汉中医大词典

giddy
n.头晕的,使人头晕的,使人眼花缭乱的

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