vertigineux translation | French-English dictionary

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vertigineux

, -euse  
      adj  
   [hausse, vitesse]   breathtaking
   [altitude]   dizzy
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

vertige, vertueux, vert, vermine

Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
adj.
dizzying
adj.
vertiginous
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'vertigineux' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
adj.
vertigineux
n.
vertigineux
[Med.]
exp.
les sommets vertigineux de ...
[Fig.]
exp.
atteindre les sommets vertigineux de ...
adj.
1. vertigineux 2. pris de vertige ; étourdi 3. écervelé
to feel dizzy=avoir le vertige / être pris de vertige
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"vertigineux": examples and translations in context
Maintenant, étaient vous vertigineux, étourdi, ou c'était autre chose ? Now, were you dizzy, lightheaded, or was it something else?
Je suppose que je vais être vertigineux et dé-coordonné pour le reste de ma... I guess I'll be dizzy and uncoordinated for the rest of my...
Ce qui est beau est un peu vertigineux. What is beautiful is a little dizzy.
Quand vous étiez vertigineux plus tôt, les cors étaient en train de jouer, et cette fois vous étiez en train de mixer des morceaux. When you were dizzy earlier, the horns were playing, and this time you were mixing tracks.
J'allais dire Miami, mais point de bien fait sur le nombre vertigineux de lieux avec les tendances malheureuse de la mode. I was going to say Miami, but point well made about the dizzying number of locales with unfortunate fashion tendencies.
céphalées état vertigineux, tremblements headache dizziness, tremor
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