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panic

noun [C usually singular, U] uk   /ˈpæn.ɪk/ us  
B2 a sudden strong feeling of fear that prevents reasonable thought and action: a state of panic Panic spread through the crowd as the bullets started to fly. Carmel was in a panic about her exam. He got in(to) a panic that he would forget his lines on stage.
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panic

verb [I or T] uk   /ˈpæn.ɪk/ ( present participle panicking, past tense and past participle panicked) us  
B2 to suddenly feel so worried or frightened that you cannot think or behave calmly or reasonably: Don't panic! Everything will be okay. The sound of gunfire panicked the crowd. The boss always panics over/about the budget every month.
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Traducciones de “panic”
en coreano 공황…
en árabe فَزَع, ذُعْر, هَلَع…
en francés panique…
en turco panik, büyük korku…
en italiano panico…
en chino (tradicionál) 恐慌,驚慌…
en ruso паника…
en polaco panika…
en español pánico…
en portugués pânico…
en alemán die Panik…
en catalán pànic…
en japonés パニック…
en chino (simplificado) 恐慌,惊慌…
(Definition of panic from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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