furiously Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"furiously" in British English

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uk   /ˈfjʊə.ri.əs.li/  us   /ˈfjɝː.i-/

furiously adverb (ANGRY WAY)

B2 in a very ​angry way: "Get out of here!" she ​shouted furiously.
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furiously adverb (WITH STRENGTH)

with as much ​effort or ​strength as ​possible: I was ​pedalling furiously to ​try to ​keep up with the other ​children.
(Definition of furiously from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"furiously" in American English

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 us   /ˈfjʊr·i·əs·li/

furiously adverb (ANGRILY)

in an ​extremelyangry way: She ​marched out of the ​house furiously.

furiously adverb (ENERGETICALLY)

energetically: I was furiously taking ​notes during the ​lecture.
(Definition of furiously from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “furiously”
in Chinese (Simplified) 生气, 大发雷霆…
in Chinese (Traditional) 生氣, 大發雷霆…
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