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headyadjective

uk   us   /ˈhed.i/
having a powerful effect, making you feel slightly drunk or excited: a heady wine/perfume In the heady days of their youth, they thought anything was possible.
Translations of “heady”
in Chinese (Traditional) 濃烈的, 令人陶醉的, 令人興奮的…
in Russian безрассудный, бурный…
in Turkish heyecan verici/veren…
in Chinese (Simplified) 浓烈的, 令人陶醉的, 令人兴奋的…
in Polish ekscytujący…
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