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craze

noun [C usually singular] uk   us   /kreɪz/
an activity, object, or idea that is extremely popular, usually for a short time: Cycling shorts were the latest craze/(all) the craze that year. The craze for health foods has become big business.
Translations of “craze”
in Vietnamese mốt…
in Spanish moda…
in Thai ความนิยมในช่วงสั้น ๆ…
in Malaysian kegilaan…
in French engouement…
in German die Manie…
in Chinese (Traditional) 時尚, 風行一時的東西…
in Indonesian mode…
in Russian повальное увлечение…
in Turkish geçici/çılgın/sezonluk moda…
in Chinese (Simplified) 时尚, 风行一时的东西…
in Polish szał, szaleństwo…
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