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"frazzled" in British English

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frazzledadjective

uk   us   /ˈfræz.l̩d/
  • frazzled adjective (TIRED)

informal extremelytired in a ​nervous or ​slightlyworried way after a lot of ​mental or ​physicaleffort: It was a ​stressfulday at ​work and by 5.00 I was ​completely frazzled.
  • frazzled adjective (BURNED)

UK informal burned or ​dried out after being in the ​sun or ​cooking for too ​long: I'd only been in the ​sun a ​couple of ​hours and my back was frazzled. By the ​time I ​remembered about the ​meat it was frazzled.
(Definition of frazzled from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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frazzledadjective

 us   /ˈfræz·əld/
tired and ​nervous or ​anxious, often because of having to ​deal with too many things at the same ​time: She was a ​bit frazzled from all the ​mediaattention.
(Definition of frazzled from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “frazzled”
in Chinese (Simplified) 累的, 筋疲力尽的,疲惫不堪的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 累的, 筋疲力盡的,疲憊不堪的…
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