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fanaticnoun [C]

us   /fəˈnæt̬·ɪk/
a person whose strong admiration for something is extreme and unreasonable: a fitness/exercise fanatic
fanatical
adjective us   /fəˈnæt̬·ɪ·kəl/
Her devotion to her pets was fanatical.
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Translations of “fanatic”
in Vietnamese người cuồng tín…
in Spanish fanático, -a…
in Malaysian fanatik…
in Thai ผู้คลั่งไคล้…
in French fanatique…
in German der Fanatiker…
in Chinese (Traditional) 狂熱者, 入迷者…
in Russian фанатик…
in Turkish bağnaz/tutucu kimse, yobaz, mutaassıp…
in Chinese (Simplified) 狂热者, 入迷者…
in Indonesian fanatik…
in Polish fanaty-k/czka…
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