- v.使目眩( dazzle的过去式和过去分词 ); 使惊异不已; 炫耀，迷惑; 看朱成碧
George dazzled her with his knowledge of the world.
She dazzled London society as the most beautiful debutante of her generation.
He was momentarily dazzled by the strong sunlight.
She was dazzled by bright lights when she came into the room.
One is dazzled by the endless array of beautiful exhibits.
He was dazzled by the gaiety and splendour of the metropolis.
The bright morning sun dazzled him.
The student was dazzled by his sudden success.
The splendid hall dazzled the young man.
He dazzled the crowd with his oratory.
Such prospects almost dazzled the young girl.
I was simply dazzled by all these flowers.
He was dazzled by fame.
The strong light dazzled me.
His eyes dazzled before the strong light.
Songs like "Tomorrow Never Knows", "Strawberry Fields Forever", and "A Day in the Life" featured revolutionary sound effects that dazzled and mystified Martin's American counterparts.
It is still easy to be dazzled by the display of drones, 3D printers, virtual reality goggles and more "smart" devices than you could ever hope to catalog.
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1. having vision overcome temporarily by or as if by intense light;
"she shut her dazzled eyes against the sun's brilliance"
2. stupefied or dizzied by something overpowering;
"I fall back dazzled at beholding myself all rosy red, / At having, I myself, caused the sun to rise."- `Chanticler' by Rostand