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Meaning of “frantic” - Learner’s Dictionary

frantic

adjective     /ˈfræntɪk/
FAST
done in a fast and excited way and not calm or organized: a frantic searchBusy and activeHurrying and doing things quicklyFast and rapidShort in time
WORRIED
very worried or frightened: frantic calls for help I got home to find Joe frantic with worry.Anxious and worried
frantically adverb
Laura was searching frantically for her keys.
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