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woozy

adjective uk   /ˈwuː.zi/ informal us  
feeling weak or ill and unable to think clearly: I was still woozy from flu/the anaesthetic/the medication/the wine.
woozily
adverb uk   /-zi.li/ us  
His eyes opened woozily.
wooziness
noun [U] uk   /-nəs/ us  
Translations of “woozy”
in Chinese (Traditional) 虛弱的, 頭昏腦脹的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 虚弱的, 头昏脑胀的…
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