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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “run riot”

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run riot

If people run riot, they behave in a way that is not controlled, running in all directions or being noisy or violent
喧鬧;嘈雜(人們的行為舉止不受控制,四處亂跑,變得吵鬧或暴力)
I dread them coming round because they let their kids run riot.
我害怕他們到訪,因為他們任由孩子胡鬧。
Uncontrolled
If your imagination runs riot, you have a lot of strange, exciting or surprising thoughts
放縱於,沉緬於(驚奇、刺激的思想)
My imagination was running riot, thinking of all the ways that I could spend the money.
我的思維像匹脫韁的野馬,放任地想著花掉那筆錢的種種方法。
Imagining and conceiving
(Definition of run riot from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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