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light-headed

adjective uk   /ˌlaɪtˈhed.ɪd/ us  
If you feel light-headed, you feel weak and as if you are going to lose your balance: She'd had a couple of glasses of champagne and was starting to feel light-headed.
Translations of “light-headed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 頭暈的,站立不穩的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 头晕的,站立不稳的…
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