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Translation of "frantic" - English-Spanish dictionary

frantic

adjective   /ˈfræn.tɪk/
almost out of control because of extreme emotion, such as worry desesperado Where on earth have you been? We’ve been frantic with worry.568
done or arranged in a hurry and a state of excitement or confusion frenético Share prices have soared to a new all-time high in a day of frantic trading on the stock market. Rescuers were engaged in a frantic all-night effort to reach the survivors before their supply of air ran out.1605
(Definition of frantic from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

frantic

adjective /ˈfrӕntik/
anxious or very worried desesperado The frantic mother searched for her child.
wildly excited frenético the frantic pace of modern life.
frantically adverb
desesperadamente, frenéticamente Frantically, they tried to escape from the burning building.
(Definition of frantic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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