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rampantadjective [not gradable]

us   /ˈræm·pənt/
happening a lot or becoming worse, usually in a way that is out of control: Weeds are growing rampant in the garden.
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rampantadjective

uk   /ˈræmpənt/ us  
used to describe something bad that gets worse very quickly and in an uncontrolled way: Corruption and fraud are rampant in the war-stricken area. rampant inflation/commercialism/consumerism
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