副词:dazzlingly 名词:dazzler 动词过去式:dazzled 过去分词:dazzled 现在分词:dazzling 第三人称单数:dazzles
v [Tn usu passive 通常用于被动语态]
(a) blind (sb) briefly with too much light, brilliance, etc （因强光、闪烁等）使（某人）目眩, 眼花缭乱
*I was dazzled by his headlights. 他的车头灯照得我目眩.
(b) (fig 比喻) impress (sb) greatly through splendour, ability, etc 使（某人）赞许, 称奇
*He was dazzled by her beauty and wit. 她聪明貌美使他为之神魂颠倒.
n [U] splendour; brilliance 壮丽; 光辉
*all the dazzle of the circus 马戏团所见之光怪陆离.
[Date: 1400-1500; Origin: daze]
if a very bright light dazzles you, it stops you from seeing properly for a short time
a deer dazzled by the headlights
to make someone feel strong admiration
As children, we were dazzled by my uncle's good looks and charm.
1. And, though the gleams blind and dazzle, yet do they convey a hint of beauty and serenity greater than we have known or imagined. 虽然这光芒令人眼花缭乱，但它确实给予我们一种不曾经历和无法想象的美感和静谧的启示。