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hectic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhectichec‧tic /ˈhektɪk/ adjective  1 BUSY/HAVE A LOT TO DOvery busy or full of activity I’ve had a pretty hectic day. a hectic social lifesee thesaurus at busy2 written if your face is a hectic colour, it is very pink the hectic flush on her cheeks
Examples from the Corpus
hecticHe'd just returned from a hectic 10-day trip to New York.The summer of 1990 was too hectic.There are two hundred guests arriving in one hour! That's why things are so hectic!The last few days had been hectic and exhausting.It was pretty hectic - and scary.It was really hectic at work today.Time spent in taking stock is time well spent, even in the middle of a hectic day.The Navy has spent several hectic days examining the wayward bombs.I know we all enjoyed every minute of the three hectic months.Peter Hall directs all this at a hectic pace around Carl Toms's lavish set.During the month of hectic packing and training at Fort Benning, I barely knew who they were.I know you have a hectic schedule, but could you pick something up for me on your way home?It's been a pretty hectic week.In the last hectic weeks before the show started we were practically living in the theatre to get it ready on time.
From Longman Business Dictionaryhectichec‧tic /ˈhektɪk/ adjective FINANCEhectic trading is when a lot of people buy and sell shares, currencies etchectic trading in which 3.1 million shares changed hands
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