Definitions for dazedeɪz
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daze, shock, stupor(noun)
the feeling of distress and disbelief that you have when something bad happens accidentally
"his mother's death left him in a daze"; "he was numb with shock"
daze, fog, haze(verb)
confusion characterized by lack of clarity
dazzle, bedazzle, daze(verb)
to cause someone to lose clear vision, especially from intense light
"She was dazzled by the bright headlights"
stun, bedaze, daze(verb)
overcome as with astonishment or disbelief
"The news stunned her"
The state of being dazed; as, he was in a daze.
A glittering stone.
To stupefy with excess of light; with a blow, with cold, or with fear; to confuse; to benumb.
to stupefy with excess of light; with a blow, with cold, or with fear; to confuse; to benumb
the state of being dazed; as, he was in a daze
a glittering stone
Origin: [OE. dasen, prob. from Icel. dasask to become weary, a reflexive verb; cf. Sw. dasa to lie idle, and OD. daesen to be foolish, insane, daes, dwaes, D. dwaas, foolish, insane, AS. dws, dysig, stupid. 71. Cf. Dizzy, Doze.]
Daze is a Danish Eurodance/bubblegum dance band whose 1997 debut album Super Heroes became a double platinum international hit. The band is a trio composed of Lucas Sieber, Jesper Tønnov, and Trine Bix, and their style of "zany" "turbo-pop" music is compared to the Danish pop band Aqua. Super Heroes, initially published in Scandinavia by Sony Music, sold 31,000 copies on the release day and was later released in the United States by Columbia Records and in Non-Nordic global territories by Epic Records. Hit singles included "Superhero", "Tamogotchi" and "Toy Boy". In February 1998, Daze won the Danish Grammy Award for Best Dance Album of 1997. The single Superhero was nominated as 1997 Danish hit of the year by G.A.F.F.A. magazine. It was also very famous in Argentina during those years. In 2012, Daze announced on their official Facebook page that their new single would be called "Fool Me". This was also confirmed by the website Bubblegum Dancer. On June 23, 2012, the new single was released to digital music stores such as iTunes and Spotify in Europe along with an extended mix. It also features Daze's original band logo that was dropped after the release of "Super Heros" in the late 90s and replaced by the flame logo. An international release date is expected soon.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I was in a dither, a real daze.
‘It was the fourth of August. It was quiet in the office. We were working and I happened to look up. The door opened and a small man entered. He pointed the revolver in his hand at me and said 'Stay seated! Don't move!' Of course I was frozen with fear. He closed the door and left again. I couldn't see or hear what happened after that because I was ordered to stay at my desk. Later I heard everyone coming downstairs, very slowly. They had been able to pack in the meantime. I wasn't allowed to go to the window, I had to stay in my seat. And I did that. Afterwards, Bep and I went upstairs to the Franks’ bedroom. And there we saw Anne's diary lying on the ground. 'Let's pick it up', I said, because Bep stood there looking in a daze. I said 'Pick it up, pick it up, let's get out of here!', because we were so frightened! We went downstairs and there we were, Bep and I. 'Now what, Bep?' Then she said: 'You're the oldest. You should keep it.' That seemed right.’
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- шемет, зашеметявам, замайвам, замаяностBulgarian
- Benommenheit, betäubenGerman
- aturdir, aturdimiento, encandilarSpanish
- pökerrys, huumata, pökerryttää, hämmennysFinnish
- stupéfaction, étourdir, abasourdirFrench
- stordire, trasognamentoItalian
- stupefacție, stupefia, zăpăci, uluire, ului, stupoareRomanian
- изумить, оцепенение, изумлять, ошеломление, ошеломлять, ошеломить, слюда, изумлениеRussian
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