US: /ˈɡɪdi/
UK: /ɡˈɪdi/

English Vietnamese dictionary

giddy /'gidi/
  • tính từ
    • chóng mặt, choáng váng, lảo đảo
      • to feel giddy: cảm thấy chóng mặt
    • làm chóng mặt, làm choáng váng
      • a giddy height: độ cao làm chóng mặt
      • a giddy success: một thắng lợi làm chóng mặt
    • nhẹ dạ, phù phiếm
      • a giddy young girl: cô gái trẻ phù phiếm nhẹ dạ
      • to play the giddy goat: làm những chuyện phù phiếm tầm phào; chơi nhảm mất thời giờ; lông bông
  • ngoại động từ
    • làm chóng mặt, làm choáng váng
    • nội động từ
      • chóng mặt, choáng váng

    Advanced English dictionary

    + adjective (giddier, giddiest)
    1 [not usually before noun] feeling that everything is moving and that you are going to fall
    Synonym: DIZZY
    When I looked down from the top floor, I felt giddy.
    2 [not usually before noun] ~ (with sth) so happy and excited that you cannot behave normally: She was giddy with happiness.
    3 [usually before noun] making you feel as if you were about to fall: The kids were pushing the roundabout at a giddy speed. + (figurative) the giddy heights of success
    4 (old-fashioned) (of people) not serious
    Synonym: SILLY
    Isabel's giddy young sister
    giddily adverb: She swayed giddily across the dance floor. + His senses were swimming giddily out of control.
    giddiness noun [U]: Symptoms include nausea and giddiness.

    Thesaurus dictionary

    1 dizzy, faint, unsteady, light-headed, vertiginous, reeling, Colloq woozy:
    This medication may make you feel a bit giddy.
    2 silly, frivolous, scatterbrained, flighty, capricious, irresponsible, erratic, fickle, volatile, impulsive, reckless, whimsical:
    You can't marry a giddy young girl like Peggy.

    Collocation dictionary


    be, feel | become, come over all
    My mum came over all giddy and had to sit down.
    | leave sb, make sb
    Steep stairs may leave you giddy and faint.


    quite | a bit, rather, slightly


    He felt tired and giddy from the sleeping pill.
    | with
    I was giddy with the heat.

    Concise English dictionary

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