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furore

noun [no plural]
 
/fjʊəˈrɔːri/ UK ( US furor,
 
US  /ˈfjʊrɔːr/)
a sudden, excited, or angry reaction to something by a lot of people: The book caused a furore when it was published.Anger and displeasure
Translations of “furore”
in Chinese (Traditional) 轟動, 狂熱, 狂怒…
in Russian фурор…
in Turkish taşkınlık, kızgınlık, öfke…
in Chinese (Simplified) 轰动, 狂热, 狂怒…
in Polish wrzawa, zamieszanie…
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