Definition of 'dizzy'
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It can make you sweat too, or feel dizzy or breathless. The Sun (2016)A collection of songs about love and loss which takes the form to new places and dizzying heights. The Sun (2016)But take a look at that chart once more and tell me you don't feel a tiny bit dizzy. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It makes you dizzy and your head pound. Times, Sunday Times (2008)To catch you if you get dizzy. A Plague of Angels (1993)Most people if they try this will feel weak and dizzy and it could be extremely dangerous. The Sun (2012)The question alone was enough to make me dizzy. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This week he has been suffering dizzy spells. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Toronto took me to dizzy heights again and again. The Sun (2014)Looking at them made me feel dizzy and sick. The Sun (2011)So it is odd that you are still feeling dizzy. The Sun (2011)The metamorphosis has happened with dizzying speed. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There follows a dizzying array of rooms. Times, Sunday Times (2012)One gets the dizzying sense that futures are being rewritten before our eyes. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The pain and dizzy spells have got worse. The Sun (2016)It glowed like a muffled torch and stretched upward to a dizzy height toward the zenith. THE EARTH: An Intimate History (2004)He tells me he feels dizzy and sick. The Sun (2010)The idea has gone from inconceivable to quite possible at dizzying speed. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He has installed a dizzying array of devices to keep the family home secure. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She says she gets dizzy in the sun and her boss shouts at her if she tries to sit down to rest. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He was a little bit dizzy, and is still a bit dizzy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I was a bit dizzy but otherwise alright. The Sun (2015)He was feeling dizzy, unsteady. Christianity Today (2000)A person will feel slightly nauseous, dizzy and irritable. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I was dizzy, confused and unable to string sensible sentences together. Times, Sunday Times (2009)My pulse races and I feel weak and dizzy. The Sun (2015)He explained: 'I felt a little bit dizzy. The Sun (2006)
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Translations for 'dizzy'
British English: dizzy /ˈdɪzɪ/ ADJECTIVE
If you feel dizzy, you feel that you are losing your balance and are about to fall.
He kept feeling dizzy.
- American English: dizzy
- Arabic: دائِخ
- Brazilian Portuguese: tonto
- Chinese: 晕眩的
- Croatian: omamljen
- Czech: mít závrať
- Danish: svimmel
- Dutch: duizelig
- European Spanish: mareado
- Finnish: pyörryksissä oleva
- French: étourdi après chute
- German: schwindelig
- Greek: ζαλισμένος
- Italian: stordito
- Japanese: めまいがする
- Korean: 현기증 나는
- Norwegian: svimmel
- Polish: czujący zawrót głowy
- European Portuguese: vertiginoso
- Romanian: amețit
- Russian: испытывающий головокружение
- Spanish: vertiginoso
- Swedish: snurrig snurrigt
- Thai: เวียนศีรษะ
- Turkish: başı dönmüş
- Ukrainian: запаморочливий
- Vietnamese: chóng mặt
Definition of dizzy from the Collins English Dictionary
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