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manic

  • 1 manic

    1) (of, or suffering from, mania: She's in a manic state.) maniaco
    2) (extremely energetic, active and excited: The new manager is one of those manic people who can't rest even for a minute.) frenético
    tr['mænɪk]
    1 maníaco,-a, maniaco,-a
    adj.
    maníaco, -a adj.
    'mænɪk
    adjective < behavior> maniaco, maníaco; < activity> frenético
    ['mænɪk]
    1. ADJ
    1) (=insane) [person, behaviour] maníaco; [smile, laughter, stare] de maníaco
    2) (=frenetic) [activity, energy] frenético
    2.
    CPD

    she suffers from manic depression — sufre maniacodepresión, es maniacodepresiva

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    ['mænɪk]
    adjective < behavior> maniaco, maníaco; < activity> frenético

    English-spanish dictionary > manic

  • 2 manic

    ['mænɪk]
    1) (manic depressive) maniaco-depressivo; (obsessive) ossessivo
    2) fig. [ activity] frenetico
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    ['mænik]
    1) (of, or suffering from, mania: She's in a manic state.) maniaco
    2) (extremely energetic, active and excited: The new manager is one of those manic people who can't rest even for a minute.) maniaco
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    manic /ˈmænɪk/
    a.
    (psic.) maniaco
    manic-depressive, maniaco-depressivo.
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    ['mænɪk]
    1) (manic depressive) maniaco-depressivo; (obsessive) ossessivo
    2) fig. [ activity] frenetico

    English-Italian dictionary > manic

  • 3 manic

    ['mænik]
    1) (of, or suffering from, mania: She's in a manic state.) manisk
    2) (extremely energetic, active and excited: The new manager is one of those manic people who can't rest even for a minute.) manisk
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    ['mænik]
    1) (of, or suffering from, mania: She's in a manic state.) manisk
    2) (extremely energetic, active and excited: The new manager is one of those manic people who can't rest even for a minute.) manisk

    English-Danish dictionary > manic

  • 4 manic

    manic [ˈmænɪk]
    [person] surexcité ; (clinically) maniaque ; [energy] frénétique ; [grin] de dément (e) ; [laughter] hystérique
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    ['mænɪk]
    1) ( manic-depressive) maniaco-dépressif/-ive; ( obsessive) obsessionnel/-elle
    2) fig frénétique

    English-French dictionary > manic

  • 5 manic

    ['mænik]
    1) (of, or suffering from, mania: She's in a manic state.) Wahnsinns-...
    2) (extremely energetic, active and excited: The new manager is one of those manic people who can't rest even for a minute.) verrückt
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    man·ic
    [ˈmænɪk]
    adj erregt, manisch; ( hum: highly energetic) wild
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    ['mnɪk]
    adj
    1) (= frenzied) activity, excitement fieberhaft; energy, person rasend
    2) (= insane) grin, laughter, sense of humour wahnsinnig, irre; jealousy rasend
    3) (PSYCH) state, depression manisch
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    manic [ˈmænık]
    A adj
    1. PSYCH manisch
    2. academic.ru/45016/maniac">maniac B
    B s manische Person
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    adj.
    manisch adj.

    English-german dictionary > manic

  • 6 manic

    1) (of, or suffering from, mania: She's in a manic state.) manisk
    2) (extremely energetic, active and excited: The new manager is one of those manic people who can't rest even for a minute.) overaktiv/-energisk, overspent
    adj. \/ˈmænɪk\/
    ( psykiatri) manisk

    English-Norwegian dictionary > manic

  • 7 manic

    ['mænik]
    1) (of, or suffering from, mania: She's in a manic state.) óður
    2) (extremely energetic, active and excited: The new manager is one of those manic people who can't rest even for a minute.) yfirspenntur, ólmur, ofvirkur

    English-Icelandic dictionary > manic

  • 8 manic

    mániákus
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    ['mænik]
    1) (of, or suffering from, mania: She's in a manic state.) mániás
    2) (extremely energetic, active and excited: The new manager is one of those manic people who can't rest even for a minute.) mániákus

    English-Hungarian dictionary > manic

  • 9 manic

    ['mænik]
    1) (of, or suffering from, mania: She's in a manic state.) maníaco
    2) (extremely energetic, active and excited: The new manager is one of those manic people who can't rest even for a minute.) turbulento
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    man.ic
    [m'ænik] adj Psych maníaco.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > manic

  • 10 manic

    manic[´mænik] adj обезумял, безумен, див, бесен, неистов; \manic-depressive невротизиран, нервен, свръхчувствителен.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > manic

  • 11 manic

    adj. manyak
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    manik
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    ['mænik]
    1) (of, or suffering from, mania: She's in a manic state.) çılgın, deli
    2) (extremely energetic, active and excited: The new manager is one of those manic people who can't rest even for a minute.) aşırı hareketli/heyecanlı

    English-Turkish dictionary > manic

  • 12 manic

    ['mænik]
    1) (of, or suffering from, mania: She's in a manic state.) maničen
    2) (extremely energetic, active and excited: The new manager is one of those manic people who can't rest even for a minute.) ekstremen
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    [méinik, maen-]
    1.
    adjective medicine
    maničen;
    2.
    noun
    maničen bolnik

    English-Slovenian dictionary > manic

  • 13 manic

    • kiihkomielinen
    • maaninen
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    1) (of, or suffering from, mania: She's in a manic state.) maaninen
    2) (extremely energetic, active and excited: The new manager is one of those manic people who can't rest even for a minute.) innokas

    English-Finnish dictionary > manic

  • 14 manic

    ['mænɪk]
    adj
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    ['mænik]
    1) (of, or suffering from, mania: She's in a manic state.) maniakalny
    2) (extremely energetic, active and excited: The new manager is one of those manic people who can't rest even for a minute.) energiczny, pełen życia

    English-Polish dictionary > manic

  • 15 manic

    ['mænik]
    1) (of, or suffering from, mania: She's in a manic state.) maniakāls
    2) (extremely energetic, active and excited: The new manager is one of those manic people who can't rest even for a minute.) apsēsts; enerģijas pārpilns

    English-Latvian dictionary > manic

  • 16 manic

    ['mænik]
    1) (of, or suffering from, mania: She's in a manic state.) maniakinis
    2) (extremely energetic, active and excited: The new manager is one of those manic people who can't rest even for a minute.) nepaprastai aktyvus, energingas

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > manic

  • 17 manic

    adj. galen
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    ['mænik]
    1) (of, or suffering from, mania: She's in a manic state.) manisk
    2) (extremely energetic, active and excited: The new manager is one of those manic people who can't rest even for a minute.) manisk

    English-Swedish dictionary > manic

  • 18 manic

    ['mænik]
    1) (of, or suffering from, mania: She's in a manic state.) maniakální
    2) (extremely energetic, active and excited: The new manager is one of those manic people who can't rest even for a minute.) maniakální
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    • šílený
    • maniakální

    English-Czech dictionary > manic

  • 19 manic

    ['mænik]
    1) (of, or suffering from, mania: She's in a manic state.) maniakálny, maniacky
    2) (extremely energetic, active and excited: The new manager is one of those manic people who can't rest even for a minute.) maniakálny
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    • šialený
    • maniacký

    English-Slovak dictionary > manic

  • 20 manic

    ['mænik]
    1) (of, or suffering from, mania: She's in a manic state.) de ne­bu­nie
    2) (extremely energetic, active and excited: The new manager is one of those manic people who can't rest even for a minute.) agitat

    English-Romanian dictionary > manic

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