frenetic Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “frenetic” in the English Dictionary

"frenetic" in British English

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freneticadjective

uk   /frəˈnet.ɪk/  us   /-ˈnet̬-/
involving a lot of ​excitedmovement or ​activity: After ​weeks of frenetic activity, the ​job was ​finallyfinished. There was frenetic ​trading on the Stock Exchange ​yesterday.
frenetically
adverb uk   us   /-ɪ.kəl.i/
(Definition of frenetic from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"frenetic" in American English

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freneticadjective

 us   /frəˈnet̬·ɪk/
involving a lot of ​movement or ​activity; ​extremelyactive, ​excited, or ​uncontrollable: Americans like ​fastcars, fast-food ​restaurants, and a frenetic ​pace of ​life.
(Definition of frenetic from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “frenetic”
in Spanish frenético…
in Vietnamese điên cuồng…
in Malaysian kegila-gilaan…
in Thai บ้าระห่ำ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 发狂的,狂乱的…
in Turkish çılgın, coşkun, heyecanlı…
in Russian лихорадочный, неистовый…
in Indonesian penuh semangat, hingar bingar…
in Chinese (Traditional) 發狂的,狂亂的…
in Polish gorączkowy…
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