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English definition of “wildly”


adverb uk   /ˈwaɪ us  
B2 in an uncontrolled or extreme way: He was dancing wildly. Inflation figures have fluctuated wildly between 0.2 and 25 percent. It was wildly (= very) expensive. I must say I'm not wildly (= very) keen on the idea.Energetic and lively
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