hectic Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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hectic

adjective
 
 
/ˈhektɪk/
extremely busy: Business has been hectic recently. a hectic day/week/month She wants to get away from the hectic pace of New York. Oil prices jumped over $1 a barrel, pushing up to $69 during hectic trading. a hectic schedule/lifestyle hectic growth/expansion/activity
Translations of “hectic”
in Arabic مَحْموم…
in Korean 바쁜…
in Malaysian sgt sibuk…
in French trépidant…
in Turkish telaşlı, heyecanlı, son derece yoğun…
in Italian frenetico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 繁忙的,忙碌的…
in Russian сумасшедший, суматошный…
in Polish gorączkowy…
in Vietnamese bận rộn…
in Spanish febril, frenético…
in Portuguese frenético…
in Thai วุ่นวาย…
in German hektisch…
in Catalan agitat, intens…
in Japanese とても忙しい, てんやわんやの…
in Indonesian sibuk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 繁忙的,忙碌的…
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