listen to the pronunciation of dizzy
Englisch - Türkisch
başı dönen
{s} kuş beyinli (Argo)

Tom küçük bir sersemlik hissetti. - Tom felt a little dizzy.

başını döndürmek
baş döndürücü

Tom gökyüzünün baş döndürücü yüksekliğinden şehre baktı. - Tom looked down upon the city from the dizzying height of the skyscraper.

Tom çok baş döndürücü hissetmeye başlamıştı. - Tom was starting to feel very dizzy.

dizziness baş dönmesi
{f} başını döndür
dizzily sersemcesine
{s} fırıl fırıl dönen
{s} sersemlemiş

Çok sersemlemiş hissetmeye başlıyordum. - I was starting to feel very dizzy.

Sersemlemiş hissetmeye başlıyorum. - I'm starting to feel dizzy.

sersem,v.başını döndür: adj.baş döndürücü
gözü kararmış
{f} sersemletmek
düşüncesiz dikkatsiz
kuş beyinli
dili budala
{s} şaşkın

Ben şu an biraz şaşkınım. - I'm just a little dizzy.

Şimdi biraz şaşkın hissediyorum. - I'm feeling kind of dizzy.

baş döndüren
{s} sersem

Tom küçük bir sersemlik hissetti. - Tom felt a little dizzy.

Ne zaman kalksam kendimi sersem hissediyorum. - Whenever I get up, I feel dizzy.

{i} baş dönmesi

Mary baş dönmesinden muzdarip değildi. - Mary didn't suffer from dizziness.

Tom şiddetli baş ağrısı ve baş dönmesi yaşıyor. - Tom has been experiencing severe headaches and dizziness.

dizzy spell
ani baş dönmesi
göz kararması
feel dizzy
başı dönmek
at a dizzy height
Bir baş dondurucu yükseklikte
be dizzy
şaşkın olmak
are you dizzy
başınız mı dönüyor
baş döndürücü bir şekilde
baş döndürücü şekilde
(zarf) baş döndürücü bir şekilde
(Tıp) alınan ilaçtan ötürü oluşan baş dönmesi, sersemlik
baş dönmesi ve sersemleme
fell dizzy
gözü kararmak
fell dizzy
başı dönmek
i feel dizzy
baş dönmesi hissediyorum
make dizzy
Englisch - Englisch
empty-headed, scatterbrained or frivolous

My new secretary is a dizzy blonde.

producing giddiness

faintly from the valley far below came an unmistakable sound which brought me to my feet, trembling with excitement, to peer eagerly downward from my dizzy ledge.

To make dizzy, to bewilder

Let me have this violence and compulsion removed, there is nothing that, in my seeming, doth more bastardise and dizzie a wel-borne and gentle nature .

having a sensation of turning around; giddy; feeling unbalanced or lightheaded

I stood up too fast and felt dizzy.

{v} to make giddy
{a} giddy, thoughtless
{s} light-headed, giddy, vertiginous, woozy; confused, bewildered; thoughtless
make dizzy or giddy; "a dizzying pace" having or causing a whirling sensation; liable to falling; "had a dizzy spell"; "a dizzy pinnacle"; "had a headache and felt giddy"; "a giddy precipice"; "feeling woozy from the blow on his head"; "a vertiginous climb up the face of the cliff
Causing, or tending to cause, giddiness or vertigo
Without distinct thought; unreflecting; thoughtless; heedless
make dizzy or giddy; "a dizzying pace"
{f} spin, make dizzy; bewilder, confuse
lacking seriousness; given to frivolity; "a dizzy blonde"; "light-headed teenagers"; "silly giggles"
having or causing a whirling sensation; liable to falling; "had a dizzy spell"; "a dizzy pinnacle"; "had a headache and felt giddy"; "a giddy precipice"; "feeling woozy from the blow on his head"; "a vertiginous climb up the face of the cliff
emphasis If you say that someone has reached the dizzy heights of something, you are emphasizing that they have reached a very high level by achieving it. I escalated to the dizzy heights of director's secretary
You can use dizzy to describe a woman who is careless and forgets things, but is easy to like. She is famed for playing dizzy blondes
Having in the head a sensation of whirling, with a tendency to fall; vertiginous; giddy; hence, confused; indistinct
To make dizzy or giddy; to give the vertigo to; to confuse
If you feel dizzy, you feel that you are losing your balance and are about to fall. Her head still hurt, and she felt slightly dizzy and disoriented + dizzily diz·zi·ly Her head spins dizzily as soon as she sits up. + dizziness diz·zi·ness His complaint causes dizziness and nausea
Dizzy Dean
a US baseball player who was a famous pitcher for the St Louis Cardinals team in the 1930s, helping them win the World Series in 1934. He was famous for achieving more strikeouts than any other pitcher (1911-74). orig. Jay Hanna Dean born Jan. 16, 1911, Lucas, Ark., U.S. died July 17, 1974, Reno, Nev. U.S. baseball pitcher. Dean joined the St. Louis Cardinals in 1932, and in five seasons with them led the National League four times in complete games and four times in strikeouts. In 1937 he teamed with his brother Paul (nicknamed "Daffy") to pitch the Cardinals to a World Series victory; he won 30 games and lost 7 that year and remains the last 30-game winner in the National League. He developed arm trouble the same year and never fully regained his form. He ended his career with the Chicago Cubs after being traded for the 1938 season. He was known for his colourful personality, which, after his retirement at age 30, served him well as a broadcaster
Dizzy Gillespie
(1917-1993) famous American jazz composer and trumpeter, pioneer of the bebop jazz movement
Dizzy Gillespie
a US jazz musician and trumpet player who, with Charlie Parker, developed the bebop style of jazz (1917-93). orig. John Birks Gillespie born Oct. 21, 1917, Cheraw, S.C., U.S. died Jan. 6, 1993, Englewood, N.J. U.S. jazz trumpeter, composer, arranger, and bandleader, one of the primary innovators of bebop. Gillespie was influenced by Roy Eldridge and played with the big bands of Cab Calloway, Earl Hines, and Billy Eckstine before leading small groups in the mid-1940s. He pioneered bebop with saxophonist Charlie Parker and pianist Thelonious Monk. Bringing this approach to his big band in the late 1940s, Gillespie popularized the use of Afro-Cuban rhythms in jazz. He alternated between large and small ensembles for the rest of his career. His virtuosity and comic wit (in addition to his puffed cheeks and trademark 45° upturned trumpet bell) made him one of the most charismatic and influential musicians in jazz
Tending to make one (actually or metaphorically) dizzy or confused, as of great speed or height

The salesman presented me with a dizzying array of choices, and I was hard pressed to choose between them.

Present participle of dizzy
To a dizzying degree, or in a dizzying manner

The dervish whirled dizzyingly fast.

{n} giddiness, great thoughtlessness
comparative of dizzy
superlative of dizzy
in a giddy light-headed manner; "he walked around dizzily
in a giddy light-headed manner; "he walked around dizzily"
In a dizzy manner or state
In a dizzy manner
light-headedly, woozily, dazedly, in a dizzy manner
Physical unsteadiness, imbalance, and lightheadedness associated with balance disorders
The state of being dizzy; the sensation of instability
physical unsteadiness, imbalance, and lightheadedness associated with balance and other disorders
{i} vertigo, giddiness, light-headedness; confusion, bewilderment; thoughtlessness
Giddiness; a whirling sensation in the head; vertigo
a reeling sensation; feeling about to fall
making you feel dizzy
{s} causing vertigo, causing dizziness; confusing, bewildering
feels dizzy
suffers from dizziness, senses that he is confused and/or unsteady
felt dizzy
felt giddy, was light-headed, was reeling