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maniacal

adjective
 
 
/məˈnaɪə.kəl/
describes a cry or laugh that is loud and wild
(哭或笑)狂野的,肆无忌惮的
He suddenly exploded into maniacal laughter.
他突然发出一阵狂笑。
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in Chinese (Traditional) (哭或笑)狂野的,肆無忌憚的…
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