- dizzy 头昏眼花的; 使人眩晕的，引起头晕的; 昏乱的; 愚蠢的;
- giddy 头晕的; 眼花的; 轻浮的，轻佻的; 轻狂的;
An overnight stay at a friend's house disorients me.
It's commonplace to see people collapsing from hunger in the streets.
It was quite rough at times, and she was seasick.
I nearly died when I learned where I was ending up.
My head was reeling. I felt hot all over.
Afterwards, retrospective fear of the responsibility would make her feel almost faint.
Samadov said that he felt so ill that he blacked out.
He KO'd Nathan Mann in the third round.
The two leaders were flummoxed by the suggestion.
I faint at the sight of blood.
He was battered unconscious.
Do you get carsick?
The boy had a swoon, but soon came round.
She all but fainted when she heard the news.
She fainted in the waiting room and had to be carried out.
fall in a faint;pass out
be confussed and disoriented
halo 悬浮在大气中的冰晶(卷状云、冰雾等)对日光或月光的折射和反射作用而形成的光学现象, 呈环状、弧状、柱状或亮点状。