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fevered

adjective [usually before noun] uk   /ˈfiː.vəd/ us    /-vɚd/

fevered adjective [usually before noun] (EXCITED)

disapproving unnaturally excited or active: The movie is clearly the product of a fevered imagination.

fevered adjective [usually before noun] (ILL)

suffering from fever: The nurse wiped my fevered brow.
Translations of “fevered”
in Chinese (Traditional) 興奮的, 異常興奮的, 十分活躍的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 兴奋的, 异常兴奋的, 十分活跃的…
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