Traducción de dazzle en Español:

dazzle

deslumbrar, v.

Pronunciación /ˈdaz(ə)l//ˈdæzəl/

verbo transitivo

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    (light) deslumbrar
    (light) encandilar
    • The lights dazzled her, before being silenced by darkness.
    • Automatic dimming mirrors, which protect the driver from being dazzled by the lights of a car behind, are increasingly popular on new cars.
    • A huge, dark shape passed by - the bright lights dazzled my eyes, shining from between parallel bars.
    • Her eyes were dazzled with an infinite number of little pinpricks of light.
    • In midday sun it was so bright it dazzled the eyes.
    • The moon twinkled off the water, dazzling me, blinding me for a moment.
    • Oh, to relive all those golden memories of nights spent with our eyes dazzled by flickering light, our shoes stuck to the floor.
    • Another possibility is that Mr Rogers was momentarily dazzled by the lights of oncoming traffic.
    • The bright light of the corridor dazzled her as it always did when she came out of the darkroom, but she didn't care.
    • A prism reflected in the light catches his attention, momentarily dazzling his eyes.
    • An explosion of colour and light dazzled the crowd during the traditional fireworks display at the family concert.
    • An ocean of Paris lay before her, lights dazzling her eyes as she looked over them, and a small smile found its way to her face.
    • The loud music pounded against my eardrums and reverberated through my body, while the strobe and laser lights dazzled my violet eyes.
    • When Andrew pushed open the door to the club, the noise cranked up twentyfold, and the lights briefly dazzled him.
    • The sun had long since set, and now the headlights of passing vehicles dazzled eyes used to the blackness.
    • Upon opening it he stepped into the room only to be dazzled by orange light.
    • The early autumn sunlight dazzled her eyes when she stepped from the porch.
    • Airanrod's eyes were dazzled by the decorations of the Entrance Hall.
    • He was still under the spell of the performance, his eyes dazzled by the long hours under the spotlights.
    • Poor Mayor Collins must be well and truly dazzled by now from the glare of paparazzi camera flashes.
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    (wit/beauty) deslumbrar
    • Tribe from Cape Town dazzled the crowd with their mainstream jazz with African influences.
    • For a long time, Irving used his streetwise independence to dazzle career academics with the arcane quality of his research.
    • At the Summer Olympics, which begin in Athens, Greece, next week, the world's elite athletes will once again dazzle us with their almost superhuman qualities.
    • The vampire dropped to the floor, dazzling James with her beauty.
    • Thus his theatre does not attempt to dazzle or overwhelm the individual sensibility, but to stimulate it to new insights and sympathies.
    • John Young dazzled - and perhaps overwhelmed - Smith with his discussions of lunar science.
    • Tonight's performance will dazzle and amaze you!
    • His early poetry was a cascade of images and language that dazzled and overpowered his readers.
    • The companies that dazzle us the most are those that strike out in bold new directions with each new work.
    • Ice carver Flint Edwards dazzled the crowd with his skill.
    • Both are at their most brilliant - there's no one to touch them - doing dazzling stream-of-consciousness riffs on the radio.
    • Where the graphics impressed in the original, they simply dazzle in the sequel.
    • We are dazzled by the exotic regalia in which Indian rulers impressed the British court.
    • For one thing, a car that moves on its own no longer dazzles audiences.
    • He had made a favorable impression on the Nowair family, who were a little dazzled by his distinguished ancestry.
    • I've stopped in Greenland at least 100 times over the last 25 years, and I'm still dazzled by the stark, primitive beauty of the place.
    • She uses the English language as a tool to communicate rather than dazzle or astonish the reader.
    • He stood more than twice her size, yet she showed no fear of him, nor did she seem dazzled by his beauty.
    • Strategically, too, Napoleon dazzled and overwhelmed his opponents with a series of brisk, bold manoeuvres.
    • He's one of the few players who still can dazzle defenses with his moves.

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    (of lights, headlamps)
    resplandor masculino
    brillo masculino
    • The pianistic dazzle towards the end was stunning.
    • And she wasn't the only model with extra dazzle.
    • Add dazzle to your tweed, wool or leather suit with a bright-colored camisole underneath.
    • Add a light sprinkling of glitter gel for added dazzle or jazz up the sides or back with hair jewels.
    • Today was quite a lovely day, filled with dazzle and spectacle.
    • In the morning it wakes me up to the sparkle and dazzle of the sea, and the gleaming stretch of beach, not yet crowded with slick brown bodies.
    • Stretching west and south of the Great Salt Lake, the Bonneville Salt Flats are known for their parched, blinding summertime dazzle.
    • I need to constantly remind myself where I came from; I don't want to forget that because it is very easy to forget in the whole dazzle and the glamour of my job.
    • What the 131st lacks in intelligent dazzle, it makes up for in bulk and an ingratiating earnest of good will.
    • The dazzle of technology benefits doctors more than it does patients.
    • So Riley is not all eye-searing dazzle; the relentless intensity of her paintings has not restricted its range of feeling.
    • It wasn't Oscar's best work - low on razzle and with a noticeable dearth of dazzle.
    • The event finally brings its digital dazzle and street-level cool to Montreal
    • Glamour and dazzle are more your style - so an evening that starts out in a limousine would be perfect.
    • Among all this dazzle and muscle, Mitchell still finds time for his brand of geek humour.
    • How empty is all their dazzle without imagination.
    • This blackly comic theme is handled with Wilde's characteristic dazzle and wit.
    • It sent the cave in to a sparkling blue dazzle, as the walls were made of a sapphire like stone.
    • All this multimedia dazzle would come to nothing (and, in fact, almost does, thanks to tonight's local power failure) if it weren't for the quality of the performances.
    • USA Today felt that the film is long on visual dazzle but short on warmth, and the humor is excessively raunchy for a family film’.
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    (of publicity, fame)
    hechizo masculino