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hecticadjective

 us   /ˈhek·tɪk/
busy, ​fast, and ​full of ​activity: a hectic ​schedule the hectic ​pace of ​citylife
(Definition of hectic from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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hecticadjective

uk   us   /ˈhektɪk/
extremely ​busy: Business has been hectic recently. a hectic day/week/month She ​wants to get away from the hectic ​pace of New York. Oil ​pricesjumped over $1 a ​barrel, ​pushing up to $69 during hectic ​trading. a hectic ​schedule/​lifestyle hectic ​growth/​expansion/​activity
(Definition of hectic from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “hectic”
en coreano 바쁜…
en árabe مَحْموم…
in Malaysian sgt sibuk…
en francés trépidant…
en ruso сумасшедший, суматошный…
en chino (tradicionál) 繁忙的,忙碌的…
en italiano frenetico…
en turco telaşlı, heyecanlı, son derece yoğun…
en polaco gorączkowy…
en español febril, frenético…
in Vietnamese bận rộn…
en portugués frenético…
in Thai วุ่นวาย…
en alemán hektisch…
en catalán agitat, intens…
en japonés とても忙しい, てんやわんやの…
en chino (simplificado) 繁忙的,忙碌的…
in Indonesian sibuk…
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