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frenzy

noun [C/U]  /ˈfren·zi/ us  
excited, uncontrollable, and sometimes violent behavior or emotion: [C usually sing] Duncan’s game-winning shot sent the crowd into a frenzy. [C usually sing] The Saturday night sale can best be described as a buying frenzy.
frenzied
adjective  /ˈfren·zid/ us  
a frenzied crowd
Translations of “frenzy”
in Spanish frenesí…
in French frénésie…
in German die Heftigkeit von Emotionen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 瘋狂,狂熱,狂暴…
in Russian неистовство, бешенство…
in Turkish çılgınlık, delilik, taşkınlık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 疯狂,狂热,狂暴…
in Polish szał…
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