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English definition of “ballistic”

ballistic

adjective     /bəˈlɪs.tɪk/ informal
connected with ballisticsBombs and missiles go ballistic to become extremely angry: If your dad finds out you've been skipping school, he'll go ballistic.Becoming angry and expressing anger
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