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chaos

noun /ˈkeios/
complete disorder or confusion
caos
The place was in a state of utter chaos after the burglary.
chaotic /-tik/ adjective
caótico
Chaotic scenes followed the explosion.
chaotically adverb
caóticamente
People were running chaotically in all directions.
Translations of “chaos”
in Korean 혼란…
in Arabic فَوضى…
in French chaos…
in Italian caos…
in Chinese (Traditional) 混亂, 無秩序狀態…
in Russian хаос…
in Turkish kargaşa, kaos, karışıklık…
in Polish chaos…
in Portuguese caos…
in German das Chaos…
in Catalan caos…
in Japanese 大混乱…
in Chinese (Simplified) 混乱, 无秩序状态…
(Definition of chaos from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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