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dazzling

adjective     /ˈdæz.lɪŋ/
A dazzling light is so bright that you cannot see for a short time after looking at it (光线)刺眼的,耀眼的,眩目的 a dazzling white light 一道刺眼的白光 The qualities of light
extremely attractive or exciting 光彩夺目的,靓丽的;令人眼花缭乱的 dazzling good looks 靓丽的容貌 a dazzling smile 灿烂的微笑 a dazzling performance/display 精彩的表演/展示 AttractiveSexual attractionSmart and elegantExciting and interesting
dazzlingly     /ˈdæz.lɪŋ.li/ adverb
a dazzlingly inventive author 脑子里充满奇思妙想的作家 The qualities of light
(Definition of dazzling from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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