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dazed
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. In a state of mental numbness especially as resulting from shock.
  2. Stunned or confused and slow to react (as from blows or drunkenness or exhaustion).
Part of Speech(动) verb
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头昏tóuhūndizzy; giddy; one's head spins
眼花yǎnhuādimmed eyesight; blurred; vague and unclear vision
失魂落魄shīhún luòtuòdazed; beside oneself (idiom)
昏乱hūnluàndazed; confused; fuddled
傻不愣登shǎ bù lèng dēngstupid; dazed
丧魂失魄sàng hún shī pòdistraught; dazed
昏沉hūnchénmurky; dazed; befuddled; dizzy
眼冒金星yǎn mào jīnxīngto see stars; dazed
mēng(knocked) unconscious; dazed; stunned
要晕yāoyūnconfused; dazed
迷糊míhumuddle-headed; dazed; only half conscious
惘然wǎngránfrustrated; perplexed; irresolute; dazed
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