frantic

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İngilizce - Türkçe
öfkeli
{s} aşırı heyecanlanmış
{s} ümitsiz

Ümitsiz olmana şaşmamalı. - No wonder you're frantic.

kendini kaybetmişcesine
çok acele ve telaşlı
çılgınca heyecanlanmış
çılgın

Tom çılgınca mücadele etti. - Tom struggled frantically.

Tom telefonunda çılgınca mesaj atıyor. - Tom is texting frantically on his phone.

dellenmiş
{s} boşuna
{s} hummalı
çıIgın
{s} çıldırmış
{s} çılgınca

Tom telefonunda çılgınca mesaj atıyor. - Tom is texting frantically on his phone.

Sami çılgınca bir el feneri sallıyordu. - Sami was frantically waving a flashlight.

{s} zıvanadan çıkmış
{s} çılgına dönmüş
frantic with sorrow
dövünmek
frantically
çılgınca

Tom telefonunda çılgınca mesaj atıyor. - Tom is texting frantically on his phone.

Sağlık görevlileri Tom'un hayatını kurtarmak için çılgınca çalıştı. - Paramedics worked frantically to save Tom's life.

frenzied
öfkeli
frenzied
çılgın
frenzied
coşkun
frenzied
delice
frenzied
taşkın
distracted; mad; frantic; phrenetic
başka yöne çevirmek; deli, çılgın, deli
frantically
Delirmiş bir halde, çıldırmış bir halde
frenzied
{s} çılgınca
frenzied
{s} şiddetli
İngilizce - İngilizce
In a state of panic, worry, frenzy or rush

They returned the missing child to his frantic mother.

Insane, mentally unstable

Master have mercy on my sonne, for he is franticke: and ys sore vexed.

frenzied
{a} mad, crazy, transported with passion
If you are frantic, you are behaving in a wild and uncontrolled way because you are frightened or worried. A bird had been locked in and was by now quite frantic. + frantically fran·ti·cal·ly She clutched frantically at Emily's arm
{s} frenzied, wild, mad, hysterical
excessively agitated; transported with rage or other violent emotion; "frantic with anger and frustration"; "frenetic screams followed the accident"; "a frenzied look in his eye"
Brain-struck (Greek, phren, the heart as the seat of reason), madness being a disorder of the understanding "Cebel's frantic rites have made them mad " Spenser Fraserian One of the eighty-one celebrated literary characters of the 19th century published in Fraser's Magazine (1830-1838) Amongst them are Harrison Ainsworth, the countess of Blessington, Brewster, Brougham, Bulwer, Campbell, Carlyle, Cobbett, Coleridge, Cruikshank, Allan Cunningham, D'Israeli (both Isaac and Benjamin), Faraday, Gleig, Mrs S C Hall, Hobhouse, Hogg (the Ettrick shepherd), Theodore Hook, Leigh Hunt, Washington Irving, Knowles, Charles Lamb, Miss Landon, Dr Lardner, Lockhart, Harriet Martineau, Dr Moir, Molesworth, Robert Montgomery, Thomas Moore, Jane Porter, Sir Walter Scott, Sydney Smith, Talfourd, Talleyrand, Alaric Watts, Wordsworth, and others to the number of eighty-one
Mad; raving; furious; violent; wild and disorderly; distracted
If an activity is frantic, things are done quickly and in an energetic but disorganized way, because there is very little time. A busy night in the restaurant can be frantic in the kitchen. + frantically fran·ti·cal·ly We have been frantically trying to save her life
marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion; "a crowd of delirious baseball fans"; "something frantic in their gaiety"; "a mad whirl of pleasure"
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frenzical
franticly
In a frantic manner
franticly
{a} madly, furiously, outrageously
frantically
In a frantic way
frantically
in an uncontrolled manner; "they searched frantically for their child"
frantically
wildly, madly, hysterically
frantically
in an uncontrolled manner; "they searched frantically for their child
frantic