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feverishadjective

  • feverish adjective (HAVING FEVER)

 us   /ˈfi·vər·ɪʃ/ having a fever: I’m feeling a little feverish – I hope it’s not the flu.
  • feverish adjective (EXCITED)

 /ˈfi·vər·ɪʃ/ very active; showing great excitement: They worked from dark to dawn at a feverish pace.
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feverishadjective

uk   /ˈfiː.vər.ɪʃ/  us   /ˈfiː.vər.ɪʃ/
(Definition of feverish from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “feverish”
in Arabic مًحموم…
in Korean 고열이 있는…
in Portuguese febril…
in Catalan febrós…
in Japanese 熱っぽい…
in Chinese (Simplified) 生病的, 发烧的…
in Turkish ateşli, heyecanlı, telaşlı…
in Russian лихорадочный, возбужденный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 生病的, 發燒的…
in Italian febbricitante…
in Polish rozpalony, gorączkujący, gorączkowy…
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