panic

  • 1panic — panic …

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  • 2panic — panic1 [pan′ik] n. [ME panyk < L panicum, kind of millet < panus, ear of millet, a swelling < IE base * pank , to swell > Pol pąk, a bud] any of several grasses (genus Panicum), as millet, used as fodder: also panic grass panic2… …

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  • 3Panic — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda «Panic» Sencillo de The Smiths Lado B « Vicar in a Tutu The Draize Train » Publicación 21 de julio de 1986 …

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  • 4panic — [ panik ] n. m. • 1403; penis 1282; lat. panicum, de panus « fil de tisserand » ♦ Plante herbacée (graminées), annuelle ou vivace, cultivée comme céréale ou plante fourragère. ⇒ millet. ⊗ HOM. Panique. ● panic ou panisse nom masculin Nom de… …

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  • 5Panić — (Serbian Cyrillic: Панић) is an ethnic Serbian Orthodox surname and may refer to:*Milan Panić American and Serbian multimillionaire, Prime Minister of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia from 1992 1993 *Života Panić Colonel General of Yugoslav… …

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  • 6Panic! — (jeu vidéo) Panic! Éditeur Sega (JP) Data East (US) Date de sortie 1993 Genre Réflexion Mode de jeu Un joueur Plate forme Mega CD …

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  • 7Panic — Pan ic, n. [Gr. to paniko n (with or without dei^ma fear): cf. F. panique. See {Panic}, a.] 1. A sudden, overpowering fright; esp., a sudden and groundless fright; terror inspired by a trifling cause or a misapprehension of danger; as, the troops …

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  • 8Panic — Pan ic, n. [L. panicum.] (Bot.) A plant of the genus {Panicum}; panic grass; also, the edible grain of some species of panic grass. [1913 Webster] {Panic grass} (Bot.), any grass of the genus {Panicum}. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 9Panić — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Božidar Panić (* 1927), jugoslawischer Ernährungswissenschaftler Milan Panić (* 1929), serbischer Politiker und US amerikanischer Unternehmer Života Panić (1933–2003), serbischer General und Politiker… …

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  • 10Panic — Panic  первая музыкальная группа Дэйва Мастейна, которая за свое короткое время существования не добилась каких либо заметных успехов в музыке. Тем не менее, Panic, а точнее говоря сам Мастейн, написали три песни, которые впоследствии, с… …

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  • 11panic — [n1] extreme fright agitation, alarm, cold feet*, confusion, consternation, crush, dismay, dread, fear, frenzy, horror, hysteria, jam, rush, scare, stampede, terror, trepidation; concepts 27,410,690 Ant. calm, collectedness, confidence,… …

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  • 12Panic — Pan ic, a. [Gr. paniko s of or pertaining to Pa n Pan, to whom the causing of sudden fright was ascribed: cf. F. panique.] Extreme or sudden and causeless; unreasonable; said of fear or fright; as, panic fear, terror, alarm. A panic fright.… …

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  • 13panic — ► NOUN 1) sudden uncontrollable fear or anxiety. 2) informal frenzied hurry to do something. ► VERB (panicked, panicking) ▪ feel or cause to feel panic. DERIVATIVES panicky adjective …

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  • 14panic — I noun affright, agitation, alarm, anxiety, awe, confusedness, confusion, consternation, cowardice, despair, discomposure, disorder, disquietude, disturbance, dread, fear, tearfulness, flutter, frenzy, fright, great fear, horror, hysteria,… …

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  • 15panic — pánic adj. m., pl. pánici; f. sg. pánică, pl. pánice Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic …

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  • 16panic — terror, horror, trepidation, consternation, dismay, alarm, fright, dread, *fear Analogous words: agitation, upsetting or upset, perturbation, disquieting or disquiet, discomposing or discomposure (see corresponding verbs at DISCOMPOSE) Contrasted …

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  • 17panic — has inflected forms panicked, panicking, panicky …

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  • 18panic — Panic, semblable au millet, Panicum …

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  • 19panic — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ blind, complete, mad (esp. BrE), pure, sheer, total, utter ▪ mild, minor (esp. BrE) …

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  • 20Panic — For psychological condition, see Panic attack , who was said to have the ability to cause extreme, irrational fear, especially in lonely or open places. Panic is also known as Anxiety . Prehistoric men used mass panic as a technique when hunting… …

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