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panics is panic's Plural Form

panic

US [ˈpænɪk]
UK ['pænɪk]
  • n.恐慌;惊恐;惶恐不安;人心惶惶的局面
  • v.惊慌失措
  • adj.惊慌的;无谓的;过度的;潘神的
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Plural Form:panics  Present Participle:panicking  Past Tense:panicked  
panics
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n.
1.
惊恐;恐慌a sudden feeling of great fear that cannot be controlled and prevents you from thinking clearly
a moment of panic
一时惊慌
They were in a state of panic.
他们惊恐万状。
Office workers fled in panic as the fire took hold.
火势起来时,办公室人员惊慌逃出。
There's no point getting into a panic about the exams.
对考试惊惶失措是没有用的。
a panic attack(= a condition in which you suddenly feel very anxious, causing your heart to beat faster, etc.)
一阵心慌意乱
a panic decision(= one that is made when you are in a state of panic )
慌乱中作出的决定
2.
人心惶惶的局面;惶恐不安a situation in which people are made to feel very anxious, causing them to act quickly and without thinking carefully
News of the losses caused (a) panic among investors.
亏损的消息令投资者人心惶惶。
Careful planning at this stage will help to avoid a last-minute panic.
现在精心规划,就可以避免事到临头手忙脚乱。
There's no panic(= we do not need to rush) , we've got plenty of time.
不用着急,我们有的是时间。
panic buying/selling(= the act of buying/selling things quickly and without thinking carefully because you are afraid that a particular situation will become worse)
恐慌性抢购╱抛售
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panic stations
(informal)
慌乱的状态;(尤指)忙乱的状况a situation in which people feel anxious and there is a lot of confused activity, especially because there is a lot to do in a short period of time
v.
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(使)惊慌,惊慌失措to suddenly feel frightened so that you cannot think clearly and you say or do sth stupid, dangerous, etc.; to make sb do this
I panicked when I saw smoke coming out of the engine.
我看见发动机冒烟时,吓得手足无措。
The gunfire panicked the horses.
枪声惊吓到马匹。

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