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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “amok”

amok

adverb (also amuck)
 
 
/əˈmɒk/ US  /-ˈmʌk/
run amok to be out of control and act in a wild or dangerous manner
狂亂,狂暴,發狂
The army ran amok after one of its senior officers was killed.
一名高級軍官被殺後,這支軍隊開始胡作非為。
The two dogs ran amok in a school playground.
那兩隻狗在學校操場上廝咬起來。
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(Definition of amok from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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