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  1. giddy

    • IPA[ˈɡɪdi]

    英式

    • adj.
      having a sensation of whirling and a tendency to fall or stagger; dizzy;disorientating and alarming, but exciting
    • v.
      make (someone) feel excited to the point of disorientation.
    • verb: giddy, 3rd person present: giddies, gerund or present participle: giddying, past tense: giddied, past participle: giddied

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    • 1. make (someone) feel excited to the point of disorientation.
    • excl
      said to make a horse start moving or go faster: Giddy-up!’ he cried and cracked his whip

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      causing dizziness, disorientation, or excitement: a giddy-making view of the waterfall power is so giddy-making, isn't it?

    Oxford Dictionary

    • excl
      used to get a horse to start moving or go faster: Giddy-up!” he cried and cracked his whip

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      used to express astonishment

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      behave in an irresponsible, silly, or playful way

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    • IPA[ˈɡidē]

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    • adj.
      having a sensation of whirling and a tendency to fall or stagger; dizzy: Luke felt almost giddy with relief I felt giddy and had to steady myself
    • v.
      make (someone) feel excited to the point of disorientation: the giddying speed of the revolving doors

    Oxford American Dictionary