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  • 1 Frantic — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda «Frantic» Sencillo de Metallica del álbum St. Anger Publicación 15 de septiembre de 2003 Formato CD y vinilo 12 …

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  • 2 Frantic — Données clés Réalisation Roman Polanski Scénario Roman Polanski Gérard Brach Robert Towne (non crédité) Jeff Gross (non crédité) Sociétés de production Warner Bros. The Mount Company Pays d’origine …

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  • 3 Frantic — may refer to:* Frantic (film), a 1988 film directed by Roman Polanski and starring Harrison Ford * Frantic Films, a Canadian Visual Effects company * Frantic (song), a song by Metallica * Frantic (album), an album by British singer Bryan Ferry *… …

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  • 4 frantic — fran‧tic [ˈfræntɪk] adjective FINANCE if there is frantic trading on the stock market, people buy and sell a lot of currency, shares, Commodities, etc in an urgent and unorganized way: • The Bundesbank s assistance was crucial in a day of frantic …

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  • 5 Frantic — Fran tic, a. [OE. frentik, frenetik, F. frentique, L. phreneticus, from Gr. ?. See {Frenzy}, and cf. {Frenetic}, {Phrenetic}.] Mad; raving; furious; violent; wild and disorderly; distracted. [1913 Webster] Die, frantic wretch, for this accursed… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 6 frantic — index frenetic, hot blooded Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 7 frantic — mid 14c., insane, unexplained variant of M.E. frentik (see FRENETIC (Cf. frenetic)). Transferred meaning affected by wild excitement is from late 15c. Of the adv. forms, frantically (1749) is later than franticly (1540s) …

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  • 8 Frantic —    Film policier de Roman Polanski, avec Harrison Ford, Emmanuelle Seigner, Betty Buckley, Gérard Klein.   Pays: États Unis   Date de sortie: 1987   Technique: couleurs   Durée: 1 h 59    Résumé    Un cardiologue américain venu à Paris pour un… …

    Dictionnaire mondial des Films

  • 9 frantic — adj *furious, frenzied, wild, frenetic, delirious, rabid Analogous words: crazy, crazed, mad, *insane: hysterical (see corresponding noun at MANIA): *iriational, unreasonable …

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  • 10 frantic — [adj] distressed, distracted agitated, angry, at wits’ end*, berserk, beside oneself*, corybantic, crazy, delirious, deranged, distraught, excited, flipped out*, fraught, freaked out*, frenetic, frenzied, furious, hectic, hot and bothered*, hot… …

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  • 11 frantic — ► ADJECTIVE 1) distraught with fear, anxiety, etc. 2) done in a hurried and chaotic way. DERIVATIVES frantically adverb franticness noun. ORIGIN Old French frenetique violently mad , from Greek phrenitis (see FRENETIC(Cf. ↑ …

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  • 12 frantic — [fran′tik] adj. [ME frantik, frenetik: see PHRENETIC] 1. wild with anger, pain, worry, etc.; frenzied 2. marked by frenzy; resulting from wild emotion 3. Archaic insane frantically adv. Rare franticly …

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  • 13 frantic — fran|tic [ˈfræntık] adj [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: frenetic] 1.) extremely worried and frightened about a situation, so that you cannot control your feelings get/become frantic ▪ There was still no news of Jill, and her parents were getting… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 14 frantic — 01. Your mother was [frantic] when you didn t come home last night. 02. The young woman was [frantically] searching her purse for her ticket as they announced that boarding for the flight had begun. 03. The young couple were looking [frantically] …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 15 Frantic — Filmdaten Deutscher Titel Frantic Produktionsland USA/Frankreich …

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  • 16 frantic — adjective 1 extremely hurried and using a lot of energy but not very organized: I couldn t understand her frantic signalling. | frantic activity/search/rush etc: Before the game there was a frantic rush to get the last few seats. 2 extremely… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 17 frantic — adj. VERBS ▪ be, seem ▪ look, sound ▪ become, get, go, grow ▪ …

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  • 18 frantic — [[t]fræ̱ntɪk[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED 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. Syn: frenzied Derived words: frantically… …

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  • 19 frantic — fran|tic [ fræntık ] adjective * done in a very urgent way: frantic attempts to dig out survivors of the earthquake Her parents are absolutely frantic with worry. a. used about people: If I look a bit frantic, it s because I m running late. ╾… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 20 frantic */ — UK [ˈfræntɪk] / US adjective a) done in a very urgent way frantic attempts to rescue people from the fire b) so worried or upset that you are not able to control your feelings By this time she d been gone an hour and we were nearly frantic. Her… …

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