English translation of 'frenético'
frenéticofrenética [freˈnɛtʃiku, a]
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'frenético' in Other Languages
British English: frantic /ˈfræntɪk/ ADJECTIVE
If someone is frantic, they are behaving in a desperate, wild, and disorganized way, because they are frightened, worried, or in a hurry.
A bird had been locked in and was quite frantic.
- American English: frantic
- Arabic: ثَائِر
- Brazilian Portuguese: frenético
- Chinese: 疯狂的
- Croatian: van sebe
- Czech: šílený
- Danish: sanseløs
- Dutch: paniekerig
- European Spanish: frenético
- Finnish: suunniltaan oleva
- French: effréné
- German: außer sich sein
- Greek: φρενιτώδης
- Italian: frenetico
- Japanese: 半狂乱の
- Korean: 미칠 듯한
- Norwegian: panisk
- Polish: szalony
- European Portuguese: frenético
- Romanian: frenetic
- Russian: неистовый
- Spanish: frenético
- Swedish: desperat
- Thai: ซึ่งไม่สามารถควบคุมอารมณ์ได้
- Turkish: çılgın
- Ukrainian: несамовитий
- Vietnamese: cuống cuồng
British English: frenetic ADJECTIVE
If you describe an activity as frenetic, you mean that it is fast and energetic, but rather uncontrolled.
...the frenetic pace of life in a big city.
Translation of frenético from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary