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 us   /ræmˈbʌŋk·ʃəs/
full of ​energy and ​difficult to ​control: Driving a ​longdistance with four rambunctious ​children is not ​exactlyfun.
(Definition of rambunctious from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “rambunctious”
in Chinese (Simplified) 精力过剩的, 难以控制的, 桀骜不驯的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 精力過剩的, 難以控制的, 桀驁不馴的…
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