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Big concert halls do not faze Melanie.
The news did not faze him.
She's so calm, nothing seems to faze her.
Although Cope might be only a fishing skipper no gilded plutocrat was going to faze him.
The waves of hype that preceded the ceremony didn't seem to faze the bride.
The Marine commands in Washington and Iraq said they do not let the critics faze them.
VERB 使胆怯;使惊呆;使惊慌失措 If something fazes you, it surprises, shocks, or frightens you, so that you do not know what to do.
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Big concert halls do not faze Melanie...
He wasn't a bit fazed by the fact that I was gay.
1. disturb the composure of
noise faze civilian
merge in the faze
mid 19th cent. (originally US): variant of dialect feeze 'drive or frighten off', from Old English fēsian, of unknown origin