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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.
Translations of “craze”
in Vietnamese mốt…
in Thai ความนิยมในช่วงสั้น ๆ…
in Malaysian kegilaan…
in French engouement…
in German die Manie…
in Chinese (Traditional) 時尚, 風行一時的東西…
in Indonesian mode…
in Russian повальное увлечение…
in Turkish geçici/çılgın/sezonluk moda…
in Chinese (Simplified) 时尚, 风行一时的东西…
in Polish szał, szaleństwo…
(Definition of craze from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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