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hysterical

adjective
 
 
/hɪˈsterɪkəl/
NO CONTROL If someone is hysterical, they cannot control their feelings or behaviour because they are extremely frightened, angry, excited, etc.
çılgına dönmüş, kudurmuş, taşkın, isterik, delice, duygularını kontrol edemeyen
hysterical laughter As soon as Wendy saw the blood, she became hysterical.Becoming too excited and easily upsetMental and psychiatric disorders
FUNNY informal extremely funny
çok komik, kahkahalara boğan, matrak
Humour and humorous
hysterically adverb
isterik hareketlerle
They all thought it was hysterically funny.
(Definition of hysterical from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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