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hyper

adjective uk   /ˈhaɪ.pər/ us    /-pɚ/ informal
too excited and energetic: I don't let him have sweet fizzy drinks because they tend to make him hyper.
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Translations of “hyper”
in Chinese (Traditional) 亢奮的…
in Russian перевозбужденный, взбудораженный…
in Turkish çok, yüksek, aşırı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 亢奋的…
in Polish nadpobudliwy, podekscytowany…
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