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  • dizzy — 01. The children were spinning around in circles, trying to make themselves [dizzy]. 02. She felt [dizzy] after standing in the sun all day. 03. If you feel [dizzy] after giving blood, please let the nurse know. 04. He fell and hit his head on… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • dizzy — UK [ˈdɪzɪ] / US adjective Word forms dizzy : adjective dizzy comparative dizzier superlative dizziest 1) feeling as if you or the things around you are spinning, especially when you think you are going to fall I felt dizzy and had to sit down.… …   English dictionary

  • dizzy — diz|zy [ dızi ] adjective 1. ) feeling as if you or the things around you are spinning, especially when you think you are going to fall: I felt dizzy and had to sit down. The dizzy spells (=periods when you feel dizzy) have stopped completely. 2 …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Dizzy Heights — This article is about The Lightning Seeds album. For the BBC TV show, see Dizzy Heights (TV Series). Dizzy Heights Studio album by The Lightning Seeds …   Wikipedia

  • dizzy — diz|zy [ˈdızi] adj [: Old English; Origin: dysig stupid ] 1.) feeling unable to stand steadily, for example because you are looking down from a high place or because you are ill ▪ The heat and the champagne made him feel dizzy . ▪ She started to… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • dizzy — adjective 1 feeling unable to balance, especially after spinning around or because you feel ill: Greg felt sick and dizzy in the hot sun. | dizzy spell (=a short period when you feel dizzy) 2 the dizzy heights humorous an important position:… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • dizzy — 1. adjective /ˈdɪzi/ a) having a sensation of turning around; giddy; feeling unbalanced or lightheaded. I stood up too fast and felt dizzy. b) producing gid …   Wiktionary

  • dizzy — adj. & v. adj. (dizzier, dizziest) 1 a giddy, unsteady. b feeling confused. 2 causing giddiness (dizzy heights; dizzy speed). v.tr. 1 make dizzy. 2 bewilder. Derivatives: dizzily adv. dizziness n. Etymology: OE dysig f. WG …   Useful english dictionary

  • dizzy — [ˈdɪzi] adj 1) feeling that the things around you are spinning and that you are going to fall 2) feeling excited or confused, or making you feel like this We were dizzy with excitement.[/ex] dizziness noun [U] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English