Definition of 'dazzle'

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Example sentences containing 'dazzle'

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A rectangle of light dazzles us and, as our eyes adjust, we see a summer meadow. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Wulfgar was dazzled by their beauty and found it hard to remember the cause for argument. Kathleen E. Woodiwiss THE WOLF AND THE DOVEIn the early morning sun it was dazzling me. The Sun (2011)We scooped an award for each of our quartet of dazzling displays. The Sun (2011)The night lights will dazzle and blind. Times, Sunday Times (2009)To each he gives a dazzling performance. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The three interconnected movements throw a dazzling array of ingredients into the pot. Times, Sunday Times (2012)All of this must then be juxtaposed against that dazzling old film. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Overall the collection is unparalleled for combining scholarly interest and dazzling beauty. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He only saw the dazzling sun of success. Diane Purkiss The English Civil War: A People's History (2006)And that night the eruption put on a dazzling display of lightning. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The light that dazzled so irresistibly was doused long ago. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Ran the show with a dazzling array of passes. The Sun (2012)The first sort is preceded by a visual disturbance "aura" such as seeing dazzling lights. Westcott, Patsy Alternative Health Care for Women (1991)Discussing these matters will be a dazzling array of leaders. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He realises that if you want to win, goals count for more than dazzling skills. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Another dazzling performance tonight against Spain could make him an international hero. Times, Sunday Times (2012)For all its limitations, the film is a dazzling piece of cinema. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We're just too dazzled by beauty. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He appears to be dazzled by something; probably the beauty of his own reflection in the mirror. Times, Sunday Times (2010)A dazzling display of samba in all its forms. Times, Sunday Times (2014)At first glance, it is a dazzling performance by a philosophical virtuoso at the height of his powers. Christianity Today (2000)Thankfully, the film contains enough dazzling special effects and smart ideas to excuse its preposterous and derivative plot. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This is the sunlight reflecting off the dew drops, and the glitter effect is particularly dazzling when the sun is low in the sky. Times, Sunday Times (2011)His lawyer said: 'He was dazzled by glamour and is sorry for his lies. The Sun (2015)During the marriage Jordan's warm personality and dazzling basketball skills lifted the game to new heights of popularity. Times, Sunday Times (2007)

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Translations for 'dazzle'

British English: dazzle VERB
If someone or something dazzles you, you are extremely impressed by their skill, qualities, or beauty.
He dazzled her with his knowledge of the world.
  • American English: dazzle
  • Brazilian Portuguese: deslumbrar
  • Chinese: 使倾倒
  • European Spanish: deslumbrar
  • French: éblouir
  • German: blenden
  • Italian: far colpo su
  • Japanese: 感銘を与える
  • Korean: 눈부시게 하다
  • European Portuguese: deslumbrar
  • Spanish: deslumbrar
British English: dazzle NOUN
The dazzle of something is a quality it has, such as beauty or skill, which is impressive and attractive.
The dazzle of stardom and status attracts them.

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