frazzle Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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frazzlenoun [S]

uk   us   /ˈfræz.l̩/

frazzle noun [S] (TIRED STATE)

informal a ​state of being very ​tired in a ​nervous or ​slightly anxious (= ​worried and ​nervous) way after a lot of ​mental or ​physicaleffort: She's worn herself to a frazzle (= made herself very ​tired and ​nervous)trying to ​meet the ​deadline.

frazzle noun [S] (BURNED)

UK informal a ​state of being ​completelyburned or ​tired out: I went to ​answer the ​phone and when I came back the ​eggs were burned to a frazzle.
(Definition of frazzle from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “frazzle”
in Chinese (Simplified) 疲惫状态, 筋疲力尽,疲惫不堪…
in Chinese (Traditional) 疲憊狀態, 筋疲力盡,疲憊不堪…
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