English version


From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfreneticfre‧net‧ic /frəˈnetɪk/ adjective  EXCITEDfrenetic activity is fast and not very organized syn frantic She rushes from job to job at a frenetic pace.
Examples from the Corpus
freneticI would expect there would be less mergers and acquisitions work going forward, which has been pretty frenetic.There had been warm and even excited applause for other concerts they had been in, but this was frenetic.His expressions range from that of a contented Cheshire Cat, to a somewhat frenetic frown.Every frenetic gesture engendered tenderness in hir heart.This elevation of feeling, found in passionate, frenetic gestures and embellished, emotional language, supplies the persuasive element.As competition shifts towards a more frenetic pace of activity, so the need to clear the cash balances speedily increases.
Pictures of the day
Do you know what each of these is called?
Click on the pictures to check.