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Translation of "fanatic" - English-Turkish dictionary

fanatic

noun [C]     /fəˈnætɪk/
someone whose interest in something or enthusiasm for something is extreme bağnaz/tutucu kimse, yobaz, mutaassıp, fanatik Believers and non-believersSupporters, members and defendersEnthusiastsAdmirers
fanatical adjective
extremely enthusiastic about something aşırı, fanatik, gereğinden fazla heyecan/coşku gösteren She's fanatical about football.Believers and non-believersSupporters, members and defenders
fanaticism     /fəˈnætɪsɪzəm/ noun [U]
fanatism
Translations of “fanatic”
in Vietnamese người cuồng tín…
in Spanish fanático…
in Thai ผู้คลั่งไคล้…
in Malaysian fanatik…
in French fanatique…
in German der Fanatiker…
in Chinese (Traditional) 狂熱者, 入迷者…
in Indonesian fanatik…
in Russian фанатик…
in Chinese (Simplified) 狂热者, 入迷者…
in Polish fanaty-k/czka…
(Definition of fanatic from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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