US: /ˈdɪzi/
UK: /dˈɪzi/

English Vietnamese dictionary

dizzy /'dizi/
  • tính từ
    • hoa mắt, choáng váng, chóng mặt; làm hoa mắt, làm choáng váng, làm chóng mặt
    • cao ngất (làm chóng mặt...)
    • quay tít, xoáy cuộn (làm chóng mặt)
    • ngoại động từ
      • làm hoa mắt, làm chóng mặt

    Advanced English dictionary

    + adjective
    1 feeling as if everything is spinning around you and that you are not able to balance: Climbing so high made me feel dizzy. + I suffer from dizzy spells (= short periods when I am dizzy).
    2 making you feel dizzy; making you feel that a situation is changing very fast: the dizzy descent from the summit + the dizzy pace of life in Hong Kong
    3 (informal, especially AmE) silly or stupid: a dizzy blonde
    dizzily adverb
    dizziness noun [U]: He complained of headaches and dizziness.
    Idioms: the dizzy heights (of sth) (informal) an important or impressive position: They reached the dizzy heights of Number 11 in the hit parade.

    Thesaurus dictionary

    1 giddy, vertiginous, light-headed, faint, dazed, tottering, unsteady, reeling, tipsy, Colloq woozy:
    I felt dizzy after going down the helter-skelter.
    2 confused, silly, giddy, empty-headed, scatterbrained, muddled, befuddled, flighty, feather-headed, feather-brained, rattle-brained, hare-brained, frivolous:
    He is dizzy with power.

    Concise English dictionary

    +make dizzy or giddy
    +having or causing a whirling sensation; liable to falling
    +lacking seriousness; given to frivolity