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English definition of “like crazy”

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like crazy

( also like mad)
a lot or very quickly: Mark’s working like crazy to get the house painted by the end of the week.
Translations of “like crazy”
in Chinese (Traditional) 發瘋似的, 拼命地, 飛快地…
in Chinese (Simplified) 发疯似的, 拼命地, 飞快地…
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