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Translation of "panic" - English-Spanish dictionary

panic

noun   /ˈpæn·ɪk/
a sudden, strong feeling of fear that makes you stop thinking clearly and do silly things pánico He was in a panic about his exams.
verb   /ˈpæn·ɪk/ ( present participle panicking, past tense and past participle panicked)
to suddenly feel very afraid so that you stop thinking clearly and do silly things asustarse Don’t panic – we’ve got plenty of time.
(Definition of panic from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

panic

noun /ˈpӕnik/
(a) sudden great fear, especially that spreads through a crowd etc pánico The fire caused a panic in the shopping mall.
panicky adjective
inclined to panic preso de pánico, aterrorizado She gets panicky in an exam He was in a panicky mood.
(Definition of panic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “panic”
in Korean 공황…
in Arabic فَزَع, ذُعْر, هَلَع…
in Malaysian panik…
in French panique…
in Russian паника…
in Chinese (Traditional) 恐慌,驚慌…
in Italian panico…
in Turkish panik, büyük korku…
in Polish panika…
in Vietnamese hoảng loạn…
in Portuguese pânico…
in Thai ความตื่นตกใจ…
in German die Panik…
in Catalan pànic…
in Japanese パニック…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恐慌,惊慌…
in Indonesian kepanikan, ketakutan…
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