Dizzy in Spanish | English to Spanish Translation and Dictionary
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dizzy
[ˈdɪzɪ]
adjective
1. mareado(a) (unsteady) (because of illness); con vértigo (feeling vertigo)
  • to be dizzy estar mareado(a); (because of illness) tener or sentir vértigo (feeling vertigo)
  • to reach the dizzy heights of government alcanzar las altas esferas del gobierno
  • dizzy spell mareo (m)
2. (familiar) (frivolous)
  • a dizzy blonde una rubia or güera locuela (español de México)
dizzy
adjective
[ˈdɪzɪ] dizzier (comparative)dizziest (superlative)
1 (giddy) [+person] mareado
to feel dizzy (because ill, drunk etc) estar mareado; marearse
if I look down I feel dizzy si miro hacia abajo me da vértigo
to [make] sb (feel) dizzy
changes in altitude make you dizzy los cambios de altitud causan mareo or hacen que te mareas
you're making me dizzy me estás mareando; this drug may make you dizzy este medicamento puede provocarle mareos; it makes one dizzy to think of it marea solo de pensarlo
the bath was so hot it made him feel dizzy
she had a dizzy spell tuvo or le dio un mareo
to be dizzy with success estar borracho de éxito
2 [+pace, speed] vertiginoso
she rose to the dizzy heights of director's secretary ascendió ni más ni menos que al puesto de secretaria del director
it is unlikely that commercial property will rise to the dizzy heights of the late 1980s
3 (scatterbrained) atolondrado
transitive verb
(confuse) aturdir
they had been dizzied by the pace of technological change el ritmo del cambio tecnológico les había aturdido
Khrushchev and his entourage were dizzied by their successes in agriculture
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