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Translation of "dizzy" - English-Spanish dictionary

dizzy

adjective   /ˈdɪz·i/ ( comparative dizzier, superlative dizziest)
feeling like everything is turning around and as if you might fall mareado
dizziness noun [no plural] /ˈdɪz·i·nəs/
mareo, vértigo
(Definition of dizzy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dizzy

adjective /ˈdizi/ ( comparative dizzier, superlative dizziest)
giddy or confused mareado If you spin round and round like that, you’ll make yourself dizzy.
causing dizziness vertiginoso The actress reached the dizzy heights of stardom at a very young age.
dizzily adverb
vertiginosamente He staggered dizzily along the road.
dizziness noun
mareo, vértigo You may get a feeling of dizziness if you get up too quickly.
(Definition of dizzy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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