English version

frenzy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfrenzyfren‧zy /ˈfrenzi/ ●○○ noun (plural frenzies) 🔊 🔊 1 EXCITED[countable, uncountable] a state of great anxiety or excitement, in which you cannot control your behaviourfrenzy of 🔊 a frenzy of religious feelingin a frenzy 🔊 The women were screaming and in a frenzy to get home. 🔊 Doreen had worked herself into a frenzy.2 [countable] a time when people do a lot of things very quicklyfrenzy of 🔊 a frenzy of activity 🔊 a selling frenzy3 a feeding frenzy
Examples from the Corpus
frenzyHave any other readers found this plant sends their feline friend into a frenzy?Sense reels with the intoxicating frenzy.On Buy Nothing Day enjoy a break from the shopping frenzy.But most of the frenzy was elsewhere.The frenzy of rebuilding is now past.frenzy ofRumors of their divorce stirred up a frenzy of media attention.
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