Significado de “dizzy” - en el Diccionario Inglés

dizzy en inglés británico

Ver todas las traducciones

dizzyadjective

uk /ˈdɪz.i/ us /ˈdɪz.i/

dizzy adjective (FEELING)

B2 feeling as if everything is turning around, and that you are not able to balance and may fall down:

Going without sleep for a long time makes me feel dizzy and light-headed.
I felt dizzy with excitement as I went up to collect the award.

Más ejemplos

  • Someone who is suffering from sunstroke feels dizzy and has a high temperature, but does not sweat.
  • Don't look down! You'll get dizzy.
  • I keep having/getting dizzy spells.
  • It seemed to happen all of a sudden - I felt dizzy and I just collapsed.
  • "What were the patient's symptoms?" "She was dizzy and short of breath."
dizzily
adverb uk /ˈdɪz.əl.i/ us /ˈdɪz.əl.i/

in a dizzy way or a way that makes you feel dizzy:

The skyscrapers towered dizzily above us.

(Definición de dizzy del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

dizzy en inglés americano

Ver todas las traducciones

dizzyadjective

us /ˈdɪz·i/

having or causing a feeling of spinning around and being unable to balance:

She felt dizzy and needed to sit down.
fig. In the computer industry, change comes at a dizzy pace (= very fast).
dizziness
noun [ U ] us /ˈdɪz·i·nəs/

(Definición de dizzy del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)