|(Chinese) work together; overly excited, too enthusiastic, very enthusiastic, wanting to fight||gung ho|
|act lewd; behave wildly; waste irresponsibly, be wanton, desiring to do harm, excessive, lewd or lascivious person; pampered person; one who is flirtatious, lush, playful, random, sexually indiscriminate, somebody growing unruly, somebody playful, some...||wanton|
|act of causing excitement, stimulation; excited state, stimulated state, activity caused by stimulation, application of signal making transistor operate, being excited, exciting, production of magnetic field, raising energy of atom from lowest||excitation|
|act violently or riotously, riotousness, wild or frenzied behavior, run rampant, behave wildly, move about furiously, violent behavior||rampage|
|affected by fever, excited, feverish, suffering from a fever||fevered|
|agitated or indecisive state, be agitated and indecisive, hesitate; tremble; be excited or agitated, shiver, state of confusion, extreme agitation or excitement; vacillation, hesitation||dither|
|agitated, having a fever, having an abnormally high body temperature; excited, agitated; pertaining to or resembling a fever; infested with fever (i.e. a region); tending to cause fever, having fever, relating to fever||feverish|
|agitated; confused; excited||flurried|
|agitatedly, enthusiastically, passionately, in an excited manner||excitedly|
|angry, boiling, bubbling; raging, extremely excited, very agitated, bustling||seething|
|anxious and tense, disturbed; perturbed, excited; shaken up||agitated|
|arouse somebody, behave in calculated way, make somebody excited, operate switch to start something, react aggressively to somebody, set something to on position, take illegal drugs||turn on|
|arousing, stimulating; instigative, inciting; inflammatory, annoying, irritating, making people angry or excited, sexually arousing||provocative|
|at lowest energy level, not aroused, not excited||unexcited|
|bacchante, female follower of Bacchus (Greek Mythology); crazed infuriated woman, wildly excited woman, woman member of Dionysian cult||maenad|
|bad physical condition, ceremonious style, condition; stage, phase; mood, emotional condition; splendor; overly excited or distressed; nation; internally autonomous territorial or political unit joined with others under a sovereign government, country,...||state|
|be animated by something, be excited, be ringing, fad, feeling of excitement, fly low over people or place, hum of talk, intoxication, latest gossip, let somebody into building electronically, make steady humming sound, making electronic humming sound,...||buzz|
|be lively or excited, escape as tiny bubbles, foam, bubble; be lively, to produce tiny gas bubbles||effervesce|
|be naughty and troublesome, behave improperly, act wildly, not function properly||misbehave|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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