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ma·ni·a·cal

 (mə-nī′ə-kəl) also ma·ni·ac (mā′nē-ăk′)
adj.
1. Suggestive of or afflicted with extreme mental derangement: a maniacal frenzy.
2. Characterized by excessive enthusiasm or excitement: a maniacal interest in gambling.
3. Wildly irresponsible: maniacal drivers.

ma·ni′a·cal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.maniacally - in a maniacal manner or to a maniacal degree; "he was maniacally obsessed with jealousy"
Translations

maniacally

[məˈnaɪəkəlɪ] ADV [work, laugh] (one person) → como (un) loco/(una) loca; (more than one person) → como locos

maniacally

[məˈnaɪəkəli] advfrénétiquement

maniacally

adv grin, laughwie ein Irrer/eine Irre; they were laughing maniacallysie lachten wie die Irren
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