giddy

[ˈɡɪdɪ] [ˈgɪdi]

adj. 眩晕的,眼花的;轻浮的;发狂的

v. (使)眩晕,(使)眼花

详细释义

源自:《新世纪英汉大词典》Collins外研社

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adj /ˈɡɪdɪ/

头晕的;眩晕的

  • The alcohol was making him a little giddy.

    酒精使他有点头晕。

  • She was giddy and choked with nausea.

    她头晕目眩,恶心得说不出话来。

  • He had a headache and felt giddy.

    他头很疼,感觉晕乎乎的。

  • She felt giddy and light-headed.

    她感到头晕眼花。

得意忘形的;兴奋异常的

  • Small, giddy children point and whoop with delight at the confectionery.

    兴奋异常的小孩子们指着甜食店欢呼起来。

  • Anthony was giddy with self-satisfaction.

    安东尼洋洋自得,忘乎所以。

  • She felt giddy with excitement as she waited for his train to arrive.

    在等待他乘坐的火车到来期间,她兴奋得难以自持。

令人兴奋的;令人高兴的

  • Being there gave me a giddy pleasure.

    身处现场让我感到激动开心。

  • The uprising was a giddy, joyous time.

    上坡时既兴奋又开心。

  • The company was growing at a giddy pace.

    公司正以惊人的速度成长。

使人头晕的;引起眩晕的

  • stone steps of a giddy and exhausting steepness

    令人头晕眼花、精疲力竭的险峻石阶

  • skilful camera work and giddy helicopter shots

    熟练的摄影技巧和令人头晕目眩的直升机拍摄

冲动的;轻浮的;浮躁的

  • He can no longer get away with playing the giddy, irresponsible boy.

    他再也不能一味地做不负责任的花花公子而不受惩罚了。

  • His giddy wife-to-be just giggled.

    他轻佻的未婚妻只是咯咯地笑。

a giddy height:令人晕眩的高度;激动人心的成就

  • Further west, the Downs swing inland and rise to the giddy height of 836 ft.

    再往西,唐斯丘陵向内陆延伸,上升到836英尺的傲人高度。

  • Wall Street has fallen back from last week's giddy heights.

    华尔街从上周令人仰视的云端跌落下来。

  • Perhaps he will rise to the giddy heights of parliamentary secretary.

    也许他会升到政务次官这一令人仰视的高位。

my giddy aunt:哎呀(表示惊讶的呼喊)

  • `Actually,' he said, `it's Pearl Jam. I quite like them.'—`Oh my giddy aunt,' I exclaimed. `You should be listening to classical music.'

    “事实上,”他说,“是珍珠酱乐队。我很喜欢他们。”——“哎呀,”我喊道,“你应该听听古典音乐。”

vt /ˈɡɪdɪ/

使头晕;使晕眩

  • Their rapid response giddied me but I recovered fast.

    他们的迅速答复使我晕头转向,不过我很快冷静下来。

vi /ˈɡɪdɪ/

头晕;眩晕

  • I giddied and spun, thinking I was going to fall.

    我头晕目眩,感觉要摔倒了。

常用短语

源自:《新世纪英汉大词典》Collins外研社

  1. to be giddy 头晕
  2. to feel giddy 感到眩晕
  3. to feel giddy with excitement 兴奋得不能自已
  4. the giddy heights of sth 某事物令人晕眩的高度

英英释义

adj.
having or causing a whirling sensation; liable to falling
lacking seriousness; given to frivolity

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