In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1frenesí masculinehe dashed about in a frenzy — iba de un lado a otro como histérico
- a frenzy of rage/despair — un arrebato de furia/desesperación
- a frenzy of activity — una actividad febril
- to work oneself up into a frenzy — ponerse frenético
- the actor whipped the audience into a frenzy — el actor exaltó los ánimos del público
- They are joining the frenzy in Shanghai, but have to face a very competitive job market.
- One can only pity the poor soul who subjects herself to the media frenzy.
- Then suddenly there was a frenzy of excitement in one corner of the square.
- And in a wild frenzy, Jones also tried to bite other people as police struggled to arrest him.
- He would weave through matches, languorously elegant amid the midfield frenzy.
- He flew into a frenzy and headed up the ladder to the attic with a rope.
- Local media outlets have been in a frenzy interviewing people who attended the party.
- And despite the retail frenzy, a lot of people said they wished they had not bothered.
- They are exploring other avenues to whip up a mass frenzy against the new incumbents.
- Dozens of people come and go in a frenzy of excitement fuelled by coffee and politics.
- The surviving forest was once again left to stand silent and shocked in the wake of the frenzy.
- The audience were whipped up into a frenzy of emotion that sent everyone home on a high.
- This had caused a frenzy of speculation after it was placed anonymously in the Sunday Times last month.
- Often it's a simple chant or catch cry that will whip a crowd into a united frenzy.
- England have to be wary of getting themselves in an uncontrollable frenzy.
- In her prime, she used to run up and down the aisles of her Chicago church whipping the congregation into a frenzy.
- The sea always reminds me of a slumbering monster, waiting for a storm to whip it into a wild frenzy.
- Thankfully, the sound was back in a minute and the audience got back into the frenzy.
- A huge frenzy would be whipped up in every American city that its auditions were held in.
- The pictures taken in the first few days after the disaster were done in a frenzy of haste and chaos.
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