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You get very tired, and there was a certain amount of pain and you slow up. Your legs are so tired that you are in fact slowing. If you don't keep running, keep your blood circulating, the muscles stop pumping the blood back and you get dizzy.
Roger Bannister

Meaning of "dizzy" in the English dictionary

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ETYMOLOGY OF THE WORD DIZZY

Old English dysig silly; related to Old High German tusīg weak, Old Norse dos quiet.
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Etymology is the study of the origin of words and their changes in structure and significance.
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PRONUNCIATION OF DIZZY

dizzy  [ˈdɪzɪ] play
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GRAMMATICAL CATEGORY OF DIZZY

noun
adjective
verb
adverb
pronoun
preposition
conjunction
determiner
exclamation
Dizzy is a verb and can also act as an adjective.
The adjective is the word that accompanies the noun to determine or qualify it.

The verb is the part of the sentence that is conjugated and expresses action and state of being.

See the conjugation of the verb dizzy in English.

WHAT DOES DIZZY MEAN IN ENGLISH?

Definition of dizzy in the English dictionary

The first definition of dizzy in the dictionary is affected with a whirling or reeling sensation; giddy. Other definition of dizzy is mentally confused or bewildered. Dizzy is also causing or tending to cause vertigo or bewilderment.


CONJUGATION OF THE VERB TO DIZZY

PRESENT

Present
I dizzy
you dizzy
he/she/it dizzies
we dizzy
you dizzy
they dizzy
Present continuous
I am dizzying
you are dizzying
he/she/it is dizzying
we are dizzying
you are dizzying
they are dizzying
Present perfect
I have dizzied
you have dizzied
he/she/it has dizzied
we have dizzied
you have dizzied
they have dizzied
Present perfect continuous
I have been dizzying
you have been dizzying
he/she/it has been dizzying
we have been dizzying
you have been dizzying
they have been dizzying
Present tense is used to refer to circumstances that exist at the present time or over a period that includes the present time. The present perfect refers to past events, although it can be considered to denote primarily the resulting present situation rather than the events themselves.

PAST

Past
I dizzied
you dizzied
he/she/it dizzied
we dizzied
you dizzied
they dizzied
Past continuous
I was dizzying
you were dizzying
he/she/it was dizzying
we were dizzying
you were dizzying
they were dizzying
Past perfect
I had dizzied
you had dizzied
he/she/it had dizzied
we had dizzied
you had dizzied
they had dizzied
Past perfect continuous
I had been dizzying
you had been dizzying
he/she/it had been dizzying
we had been dizzying
you had been dizzying
they had been dizzying
Past tense forms express circumstances existing at some time in the past,

FUTURE

Future
I will dizzy
you will dizzy
he/she/it will dizzy
we will dizzy
you will dizzy
they will dizzy
Future continuous
I will be dizzying
you will be dizzying
he/she/it will be dizzying
we will be dizzying
you will be dizzying
they will be dizzying
Future perfect
I will have dizzied
you will have dizzied
he/she/it will have dizzied
we will have dizzied
you will have dizzied
they will have dizzied
Future perfect continuous
I will have been dizzying
you will have been dizzying
he/she/it will have been dizzying
we will have been dizzying
you will have been dizzying
they will have been dizzying
The future is used to express circumstances that will occur at a later time.

CONDITIONAL

Conditional
I would dizzy
you would dizzy
he/she/it would dizzy
we would dizzy
you would dizzy
they would dizzy
Conditional continuous
I would be dizzying
you would be dizzying
he/she/it would be dizzying
we would be dizzying
you would be dizzying
they would be dizzying
Conditional perfect
I would have dizzy
you would have dizzy
he/she/it would have dizzy
we would have dizzy
you would have dizzy
they would have dizzy
Conditional perfect continuous
I would have been dizzying
you would have been dizzying
he/she/it would have been dizzying
we would have been dizzying
you would have been dizzying
they would have been dizzying
Conditional or "future-in-the-past" tense refers to hypothetical or possible actions.

IMPERATIVE

Imperative
you dizzy
we let´s dizzy
you dizzy
The imperative is used to form commands or requests.
NONFINITE VERB FORMS
Infinitive
to dizzy
Past participle
dizzied
Present Participle
dizzying
Infinitive shows the action beyond temporal perspective. The present participle or gerund shows the action during the session. The past participle shows the action after completion.

WORDS THAT RHYME WITH DIZZY


bizzy
ˈbɪzɪ
Boise
ˈbɔɪzɪ
busy
ˈbɪzɪ
Buthelezi
ˌbʊtəˈleɪzɪ
calabrese
ˌkæləˈbreɪzɪ
Campese
kæmˈpeɪzɪ
crazy
ˈkreɪzɪ
daisy
ˈdeɪzɪ
fizzy
ˈfɪzɪ
frizzy
ˈfrɪzɪ
gazy
ˈɡeɪzɪ
grisy
ˈɡraɪzɪ
hazy
ˈheɪzɪ
jalfrezi
ˌdʒælˈfreɪzɪ
jasey
ˈdʒeɪzɪ
lazy
ˈleɪzɪ
noisy
ˈnɔɪzɪ
Sangiovese
ˌsændʒəʊˈveɪzɪ
Scorsese
skɔːˈseɪzɪ
upsy-daisy
ˈʌpsɪˈdeɪzɪ

WORDS THAT BEGIN LIKE DIZZY

dizain
dizen
dizygotic
dizzard
dizzied
dizzier
dizzies
dizziest
dizzily
dizziness
dizzy spell
dizzying
dizzyingly

WORDS THAT END LIKE DIZZY

buzzy
fezzy
fuzzy
fuzzy-wuzzy
jazzy
muzzy
pizazzy
pizzazzy
pozzy
quazzy
schizzy
scuzzy
showbizzy
snazzy
tizzy
whizzy

Synonyms and antonyms of dizzy in the English dictionary of synonyms

SYNONYMS

SYNONYMS OF «DIZZY»

The following words have a similar or identical meaning as «dizzy» and belong to the same grammatical category.
synonyms of dizzy

Translation of «dizzy» into 25 languages

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TRANSLATION OF DIZZY

Find out the translation of dizzy to 25 languages with our English multilingual translator.
The translations of dizzy from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «dizzy» in English.

Translator English - Chinese

晕眩的
1,325 millions of speakers

Translator English - Spanish

mareado
570 millions of speakers

English

dizzy
510 millions of speakers

Translator English - Hindi

चक्कर
380 millions of speakers
ar

Translator English - Arabic

دائِخ
280 millions of speakers

Translator English - Russian

испытывающий головокружение
278 millions of speakers

Translator English - Portuguese

tonto
270 millions of speakers

Translator English - Bengali

হতবুদ্ধি
260 millions of speakers

Translator English - French

étourdi
220 millions of speakers

Translator English - Malay

Pening
190 millions of speakers

Translator English - German

schwindelig
180 millions of speakers

Translator English - Japanese

めまいがする
130 millions of speakers

Translator English - Korean

현기증 나는
85 millions of speakers

Translator English - Javanese

Dizzy
85 millions of speakers
vi

Translator English - Vietnamese

chóng mặt
80 millions of speakers

Translator English - Tamil

மயக்கம்
75 millions of speakers

Translator English - Marathi

भोवणे
75 millions of speakers

Translator English - Turkish

sersemlemiş
70 millions of speakers

Translator English - Italian

stordito
65 millions of speakers

Translator English - Polish

czujący zawrót głowy
50 millions of speakers

Translator English - Ukrainian

запаморочливий
40 millions of speakers

Translator English - Romanian

amețit
30 millions of speakers
el

Translator English - Greek

ζαλισμένος
15 millions of speakers
af

Translator English - Afrikaans

duiselig
14 millions of speakers
sv

Translator English - Swedish

snurrig
10 millions of speakers
no

Translator English - Norwegian

svimmel
5 millions of speakers

Trends of use of dizzy

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TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «DIZZY»

The term «dizzy» is very widely used and occupies the 20.839 position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «DIZZY» OVER TIME

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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about dizzy

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10 QUOTES WITH «DIZZY»

Famous quotes and sentences with the word dizzy.
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Edie Adams
All the dreamers in all the world are dizzy in the noodle.
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Ben Affleck
My father has positional vertigo, and if he flies he gets really dizzy, so he has to drive out to California, which he does a couple times a year. We talk, but we e-mail mostly.
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Roger Bannister
You get very tired, and there was a certain amount of pain and you slow up. Your legs are so tired that you are in fact slowing. If you don't keep running, keep your blood circulating, the muscles stop pumping the blood back and you get dizzy.
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Mel Brooks
As long as the world is turning and spinning, we're gonna be dizzy and we're gonna make mistakes.
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Laura Bell Bundy
I am trying so hard to live in the moment and enjoy it while it's happening, because it feels like a moving freight train that I just got on, and I'm trying not to look back and get dizzy!
6
Brian Epstein
Well, I don't know about the dizzy height, but I always thought they were going to be pretty big.
7
Murray Gell-Mann
If someone says that he can think or talk about quantum physics without becoming dizzy, that shows only that he has not understood anything whatever about it.
8
Freddie Hubbard
Dizzy used to tell me that I am playing too hard. He used to say to not give everything. Miles used to tell me that too.
9
Jonny Lee Miller
If you're serious about what you're doing, you've got to keep your head and follow your instinct. Maybe you won't reach the same dizzy heights as others, but you will get something back.
10
Christopher Monckton
Well, I like to think that my illness has prevented me from rising to any number of dizzy heights.

10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DIZZY»

Discover the use of dizzy in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to dizzy and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
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Dizzy
Dizzy by Cathy Cassidy is an irresistible story for girls aged 9+ 'I never sleep, the night before my birthday . . . it's the only day of the year I hear from her . . .' Dizzy's mum left when she was small.
Cathy Cassidy, 2008
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Dizzy
Breaking all the rules of jazz, Dizzy Gillespie found a way to make his mark in music using his instincts and talents in order to survive a difficult childhood and become one of the most famous musicians of his time.
Jonah Winter, 2006
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Dizzy: What You Need to Know About Managing and Treating ...
In this comprehensive guide, one of the nation's leading authorities on balance disorders tells the millions of sufferers what they can to do to conquer dizziness—what it is, why they feel this way, and what they can do about it.
Jack J. Wazen, 2008
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Dizzy Izzy
Young readers will love this tongue-twisting, rhyming text—and many of the words in the book can be found on road signs, making it easy and fun for kids to apply their knowledge!
Jon Scieszka, 2013
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To Be, Or Not-- to Bop
Originally published: New York: Doubleday, 1979.
Dizzy Gillespie, 2009
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Dizzy: John Birks Gillespie in his 75th year
Produced to commemorate the musician's seventy-fifth birthday in October, 1992, the book includes images by such renowned jazz photographers as Herman Leonard, William P. Gottlieb, & Jeff Sedlik.
Lee E. Tanner, 1994
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Dizzy: The Jason Gillespie Story
In Dizzy: The Jason Gillespie Story, Jason takes us through the tours, Tests and trials of playing for Australia during an unforgettable era of cricket in this country.
Jason Gillespie, Lawrie Colliver, 2007
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Feeling Dizzy: Understanding and Treating Vertigo, ...
The first complete book on the subject written from the general reader, Feeling Dizzy: * Identifies and explains the three types of dizziness: vertigo, imbalance, and fainting. * Describes treatment options, from medication or surgery to ...
Brian W. Blakley, Marc Siegel, 1997
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Dizzy: The Life and Times of John Birks Gillespie
This is the enthralling saga of Dizzy Gillespie -- a chronicle of the rise of a jazz genius from the lowest rung of the social order to the highest pinnacle of respect and ability that brings Harlem's golden after-hours era, the raucous ...
Donald L. Maggin, 2006
10
Dizzy's Bird Watch
Bob the Builder leaves Dizzy the cement mixer to guard a nest of eggs.
Alison Inches, 2001

10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «DIZZY»

Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term dizzy is used in the context of the following news items.
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DIZZY DEAN: Fort Oglethorpe Braves finish third at state
The Braves lost to the Winston Bandits on Tuesday night to place third in the 7-year-old Dizzy Dean Sanctioned State Tournament in Fort ... «Rome News-Tribune, Jul 15»
2
Tramore Promenade Festival soars to dizzy new heights
In glorious sunshine last weekend, Waterfordians enjoyed some of the best the region has to offer, with Tramore showcasing an array of entertainment in the ... «Waterford Today, Jul 15»
3
VIDEO: Ant-Man competes in dizzy sports against Dude Perfect
Rudd (Ant-Man) took on Dude Perfect in Dizzy Sports Battle 2 to see who can hit balls the furthest with their world spinning. The Dude Perfect ... «Clickonline.com, Jul 15»
4
Do 3D films make you dizzy – or is it just your imagination?
We argued that, if viewing 3D made participants dizzy, they would take longer to complete the obstacle course, and/or the accelerometers ... «The Conversation UK, Jul 15»
5
Albany Dizzy Dean all-stars relying on experience
There are two things that can't be taught: size and experience. Admittedly, the Albany Dizzy Dean nine and under all stars don't have much size ... «WALB-TV, Jul 15»
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Science has decided that 3D movies are unlikely to make you dizzy
Watching 3D movies are unlikely to make you dizzy or feel drunk, according to a study in the UK. The researchers say they could find no ... «Business Insider Australia, Jul 15»
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Junior Wimbledon hopeful Jodie Burrage vows to return for doubles …
Then with the French teenager leading 3-2 in the second set, Burrage suffered a dizzy spell and had to undergo a medical time-out to receive ... «Get Surrey, Jul 15»
8
Doja Cat unveils 'Dizzy', produced by LONE
The house-addled 'Dizzy' features production help from familiar Doja Cat collaborator LONE, who also worked on her previous release ... «The 405, Jul 15»
9
Californian scales the dizzy heights
Alex Honnold, a speaker at the New Zealand Mountain Film Festival in Wanaka and known for scaling rock walls nearly 1km high without a ... «Otago Daily Times, Jul 15»
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Watch Ars try out E3's virtual reality rigs—and see how dizzy we got
Watch Ars try out E3's virtual reality rigs—and see how dizzy we got. Some VR rigs worked wonderfully, to be fair, but the worst ones left us ... «Ars Technica, Jul 15»

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