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daze
British English: /deɪz/
American English: /deɪz/

noun

  • in a daze
    (from blow)
    (from drug)
    (from news)
    I am in a complete daze this morning
    je suis dans le brouillard ce matin
    to be going around in a daze
    (after bad news)
    avoir l'air un peu secoué
    (after good news)
    avoir l'air aux anges

transitive verb

  • to be dazed by
    être étourdi par
    (fall)
    être ahuri or abasourdi par
    (news)

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