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frenetic {adjective}

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1. "activity"
They were months during which Europe was still living to the frenetic rhythm of developments in the financial crisis and in sovereign debt.
Hubo meses durante los que Europa todavía vivía el ritmo frenético de los acontecimientos en la crisis financiera y en la deuda soberana.
Mr President, the name of a specific debate has become the subject of a frenetic internal parliamentary discussion.
   Señor Presidente, el nombre de un debate específico se ha convertido en objeto de un frenético debate parlamentario interno.
   Mr President, the name of a specific debate has become the subject of a frenetic internal parliamentary discussion.
   Señor Presidente, el nombre de un debate específico se ha convertido en objeto de un frenético debate parlamentario interno.
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frenético {adjective masculine}

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Para ello tendrá que renunciar al liberalismo frenético que nos propone y que, manifiestamente, no cumple sus objetivos.
You must therefore renounce this frenzied liberalism that you are proposing to us and that clearly does not achieve its objectives.
the frenzied spinning of the dancers
Presidente, quiero mostrar mi preocupación y cautela en este debate frenético sobre el cambio climático, en particular, sobre lo que respecta a la producción de alimentos.
- Mr President, I want to raise a voice of concern and caution in this frenzied debate about climate change, particularly as it could affect food production.
frenético
El cambio climático, junto con las tasas frenéticas de uso de la tierra y el desarrollo industrial, demuestran lo vulnerable que es el medio ambiente.
Climate change, in conjunction with frantic rates of land use and industrial development, demonstrate how vulnerable the environment is.
El último asunto es Turquía, país que indudablemente deberíamos recordar, porque, a diferencia de Europa, es un país que está desarrollándose a un ritmo frenético.
The last issue is Turkey, and we should definitely remember Turkey, because in contrast to Europe, it is a country which is developing at a frantic pace.

Context sentences for "frenetic" in Spanish

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EnglishThe so-called 'subprime' lending crisis had its origins in frenetic consumerism in the United States.
La denominada crisis de las subprimes surgió del frenesí consumista de los norteamericanos.
EnglishMr President, the name of a specific debate has become the subject of a frenetic internal parliamentary discussion.
   Señor Presidente, el nombre de un debate específico se ha convertido en objeto de un frenético debate parlamentario interno.
English   Mr President, the name of a specific debate has become the subject of a frenetic internal parliamentary discussion.
   Señor Presidente, el nombre de un debate específico se ha convertido en objeto de un frenético debate parlamentario interno.
EnglishAlthough we are shocked, we must still remain calm and level-headed, as frenetic activity and hysteria would be out of place here.
Aunque estamos horrorizados, debemos mantener la calma y ser sensatos, ya que una actividad frenética y la histeria estarían fuera de lugar.
EnglishThey were months during which Europe was still living to the frenetic rhythm of developments in the financial crisis and in sovereign debt.
Hubo meses durante los que Europa todavía vivía el ritmo frenético de los acontecimientos en la crisis financiera y en la deuda soberana.
EnglishThis frenetic response is really typical of the way migration, as well as criticism of national governments, is dealt with in the European Union.
Esta respuesta frenética es muy típica del modo en el que se trata la migración en la Unión Europea, al igual que la crítica de los Gobiernos nacionales.
EnglishAfter years of exasperating stagnation, the Union has, for some months, been progressing at an increasingly frenetic rate with which the citizens cannot keep up.
Tras años de estancamiento exasperante, desde hace algunos meses la Unión Europea está sometida a una aceleración frenética e incomprensible para los ciudadanos.
EnglishOur purchases are increasingly remote and the Internet has now completely changed our habits, partly because our lives have become increasingly frenetic.
Cada vez más, realizamos nuestras compras a distancia. Internet ha cambiado completamente nuestros hábitos, en parte debido a que nuestras vidas cada vez son más frenéticas.
English(IT) After years of exasperating stagnation, the Union has, for some months, been progressing at an increasingly frenetic rate with which the citizens cannot keep up.
(IT) Tras años de estancamiento exasperante, desde hace algunos meses la Unión Europea está sometida a una aceleración frenética e incomprensible para los ciudadanos.

Synonyms (English) for "frenetic":

frenetic
frenetically