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franticallyadverb

us   /ˈfræn·tɪk·li/
  • frantically adverb (FAST)

in a very great hurry and often in a state of excitement or confusion: Inside, decorators worked frantically to solve last-minute problems.
  • frantically adverb (WITH EMOTION)

with extreme emotion, esp. anxiety or fear: With his heart pounding, Maurin frantically hollered through his two-way radio to a co-worker inside the building.
(Definition of frantically from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “frantically”
in Chinese (Simplified) 赶快地, 紧张忙乱的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 趕快地, 緊張忙亂的…
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