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frantic

  
   adj  
[activity, pace]  
frenético  
(=desperate)  

[need, desire, person]  
desesperado  
she was frantic with worry      estaba loca de inquietud  
to drive sb frantic      sacar a algn de quicio  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
See also:

franc, frantically, Fran, fanatic

she was frantic with worry exp.
estaba loca de inquietud

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"frantic": examples and translations in context
Pinch Old Santa is a frantic clicking game that will test your reflexes. Pinch Old Santa es un juego, haga clic frenético que pondrá a prueba tus reflejos.
People can't be blamed for favoring such food since lifestyles have gotten frantic by the day. Las personas no pueden ser culpados por favorecer a esos alimentos ya los estilos de vida se han vuelto frenético día a día.
As the wedding day approached Cancellare was becoming frantic. Conforme se acercaba el día de la boda Cancellare se estaba poniendo desesperado.
Your frantic attempt to delude us now is unworthy of a representative. Su desesperado intento de engañarnos es indigno de un representante.
Minus the kindling and the frantic rubbing together of sticks. Menos los incendios y el frenético frote de palos.
Kan'ok'tichek was frantic as he tried to find something to replace the charcoal. Kan ok tichek estaba frenético mientras intentaba encontrar algo con que reemplazar el carbón.
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