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Translation of "craze" - English-Spanish dictionary

craze

noun   /kreɪz/
an activity, object, or idea that is extremely popular, usually for a short time moda Cycling shorts were the latest craze/(all) the craze that year. The craze for health foods has become big business.1067
(Definition of craze from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

craze

noun /kreiz/
a (usually temporary) fashion; great (but temporary) enthusiasm moda the current craze for cutting one’s hair extremely short.
crazy adjective ( comparative crazier, superlative craziest)
insane loco He must be going crazy a crazy idea.
very enthusiastic loco de alegría She’s crazy about her boyfriend.
crazily adverb
locamente She was running crazily around the house trying to get everything ready.
craziness noun
locura I could not help laughing by the craziness of the situation.
(Definition of craze from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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