Definition of “hectic” - English Dictionary

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“hectic” in American English

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hecticadjective

us /ˈhek·tɪk/

busy, fast, and full of activity:

a hectic schedule
the hectic pace of city life

(Definition of “hectic” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

“hectic” in Business English

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hecticadjective

uk /ˈhektɪk/ us

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 prices jumped over $1 a barrel, pushing up to $69 during hectic trading.

(Definition of “hectic” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)