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maniac

noun [C] uk   /ˈmeɪ.ni.æk/ us  

maniac noun [C] (INTERESTED)

informal a person who has a very strong interest in a particular activity: a football/sex maniac

maniac noun [C] (MENTALLY ILL)

a person who behaves in an uncontrolled way, not worrying about risks or danger: Some maniac was running down the street waving a massive metal bar. informal I won't get in the car with Richard - he drives like a maniac!
Traducciones de “maniac”
en coreano 미치광이…
en árabe مَهووس بـِ…
en portugués maníaco, -a, louco…
en catalán maníac, -a…
en japonés マニア…
en italiano maniaco, -a…
en chino (tradicionál) 強烈興趣, 入迷的人,狂熱愛好者…
en ruso маньяк…
en turco manyak, deli, çılgın…
en chino (simplificado) 强烈兴趣, 入迷的人,狂热爱好者…
en polaco maniak…
(Definition of maniac from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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