- adj.发疯似的; 发狂的; 厉害的; 非常的
- 副词: frantically;
A busy night in the restaurant can be frantic in the kitchen.
She watched the frantic flow of cars and buses along the street.
I've had a frantic rush to get my work done.
He beat a frantic tattoo with his hands on the door.
When she discovered her baby had disappeared, she was greatly frantic.
He made frantic dash for the departing train.
A holiday isn't an optional extra. In this stressful, frantic world it's a must.
With a frantic gesture he rushed out of the room.
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Cold sweat bedewed Mr. Lin's forehead . He was frantic.
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A bird had been locked in and was by now quite frantic.
The children are driving me frantic.
Frantic acclamations were again raised.
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Gral Lagher was ill at ease and then abruptly frantic.
They clapped their hands and went frantic with admiration.
The mother was frantic with grief at the loss of her child.
It had, apparently, been fished out of existence; and the once mighty Newfoundland fleet now gropes about frantically for crab on the sea floor.
It is the season for some frantic last-minute math一across the country, employees of all stripes are counting backward in an attempt to figure out just how much paid time-off they have left in their reserves.
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1. 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"
2. marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion;
"a crowd of delirious baseball fans"
"something frantic in their gaiety"
"a mad whirl of pleasure"