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dazzleverb [T]

us   /ˈdæz·əl/
to cause someone to feel strong admiration of something or someone: He was dazzled by Rome’s architectural treasures.
A person or animal dazzled by a light cannot see because the light is too bright to look at.
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dazzleverb

uk   /ˈdæz.əl/ us   /ˈdæz.əl/
C2 [T] If light dazzles you, it makes you unable to see for a short time: I was dazzled by the sunlight.
C2 [T usually passive] If you are dazzled by someone or something, you think they are extremely good and exciting: I was dazzled by his charm and good looks.
(Definition of dazzle from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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