英 [ˈfræntɪk] 美 [ˈfræntɪk]
派生词： frantically adv.
done quickly and with a lot of activity, but in a way that is not very well organized
a frantic dash/search/struggle
不顾一切的猛冲；疯狂的搜查 / 斗争
They made frantic attempts to revive him.
Things are frantic in the office right now.
unable to control your emotions because you are extremely frightened or worried about sth
同义词： beside yourself
frantic with worry
Let's go back. Your parents must be getting frantic by now.
The children are driving me frantic (= making me very annoyed) .
1.Dozens of student protesters in Hong Kong made frantic efforts Monday to escape Polytechnic University which has been surrounded by riot police.
2.After the footage of an ABC TV anchor complaining about the network spiking a story on Jeffery Epstein leaked out, it appears the network went on a frantic search to find the whistleblower.
3.When she discovered her baby had disappeared, she was greatly frantic.
4.A holiday isn't an optional extra. In this stressful, frantic world it's a must
5.The vast crowds make Rome a frantic hothouse at times.
6.The promotional programme that would launch Montayne was now proceeding at a frantic tempo as the February deadline neared.
7.At first there was a burst of static, then immediately a succession of piercing, frantic, chilling screams.
8.With a frantic gesture he rushed out of the room.
9.In the midst of my pain of heart and frantic effort of principle, I abhorred myself.
10.Where on earth have you been? We've been frantic with worry.