manically


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manically

(ˈmænɪkəlɪ)
adv
with exaggerated vigourin a manner that suggests insanity
Translations

manically

[ˈmænɪklɪ] ADV [work, laugh, search] (one person) → como (un) loco/(una) loca; (more than one person) → como locos
he was pacing manically up and downse paseaba arriba y abajo como si estuviera loco
he is manically tidyes un maniático del orden
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The Aussie went anyway and TV cameras caught him manically smashing two rackets against a corridor wall before returning to court.
CCTV showed how Zia Rafiq, 38, forced a shop assistant to hand over cash after "manically" waving the weapon at her.
A VAN driver who mowed down a police officer while driving 'manically' outside a nursery has been jailed.
The Nashville outfit were a joy to watch from start to finish, with Farro and co throwing themselves manically around the stage like they were at a funk disco.
Pennywise then asks one young girl dressed as a smurf if she likes balloons, the clowns or the circus before laughing manically and shouting one of the most famous lines from the film It: "We all float down here!"
Yet, where debates over the judicialisation of politics keep making rounds and ensuing denigration of the judiciary has become a go-to political rhetoric in a bid to negate the recent rulings of the judiciary, it is a fact that the judicial system has been manically fixated on unequivocally discrediting the PML-N.
Only loosely based on her books and possessing none of their subtle grace and whimsy, it combines elements of a Richard Curtis-style romcom with the gleefully manically violent slapstick of a Bugs Bunny cartoon.
Cardiff wasn't a classic, and the two superb goals probably deserved a better game, but it was satisfying nonetheless, if only for the post-match whining of Neil Warnock, and his wonderful impersonation of a 1950s Boarding School headmaster grinning manically insincerely, whilst telling Blenkinsop minor that a new batch of canes had arrived.
Until, that is, Cery Matthews tweeted a video taken from her seat in the stand with the pair of them clearly visible two rows in front, clapping manically like seals on speed.
Penelope Cruz parades in her skimpies as the fashion police and Will Ferrell is manically energetic as incarcerated super-villain Mugatu.
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Then some not-so-wise men manically enacted pantomime routines before the big switch on which illuminated the city centre.