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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “rampant”

rampant

adjective (INCREASING)
增加的
 
 
/ˈræm.pənt/
(of something bad) getting worse quickly and in an uncontrolled way
(不好的事情)猖獗的,泛滥的
rampant corruption
腐败猖獗
Rampant inflation means that our wage increases soon become worth nothing.
通货膨胀大肆泛滥,这意味着我们增长的工资很快就一钱不值了。
He said that he had encountered rampant prejudice in his attempts to get a job.
他说他在找工作时,四处遭遇歧视。
Disease is rampant in the overcrowded city.
疾病在过分拥挤的城市中肆虐。
Uncontrolled
(Definition of rampant adjective (INCREASING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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