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craze 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/krāz/,
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crazes, plural;
  1. Wildly insane or excited
    • - a crazed killer
    • - power-crazed tinpot dictators
  2. Produce a network of fine cracks on (a surface)
    • - the lake was frozen over but crazed with cracks
  3. Develop such cracks

Noun
  1. An enthusiasm for a particular activity or object that typically appears suddenly and achieves widespread but short-lived popularity
    • - the latest craze for bungee jumping

  1. fad: an interest followed with exaggerated zeal; "he always follows the latest fads"; "it was all the rage that season"
  2. madden: cause to go crazy; cause to lose one's mind
  3. develop a fine network of cracks; "Crazed ceramics"
  4. state of violent mental agitation
  5. a fine crack in a glaze or other surface
  6. (crazed) driven insane
  7. Craze is a 1974 film directed by Freddie Francis. It stars Jack Palance and Diana Dors.
  8. Craziness; insanity; A strong habitual desire or fancy; a crotchet; A temporary passion or infatuation, as for same new amusement, pursuit, or fashion; as, the bric-a-brac craze; the aesthetic craze; To weaken; to impair; to render decrepit; To derange the intellect of; to render insane; To be ...
  9. (Crazed) No, not your patients! Crazing means a lens that has cracked or has a web-like pattern of splits across the entire lens surface. Crazing is caused by chemical reaction.
  10. Thin cracks or breaks in paint, plastic, or vinyl. Although the main cause of crazing is weathering, it may also be caused by the incompatibility of paint layers or solvents.
  11. The random pattern of fine lines or cracks on the surface of a crackle-glazed tile.
  12. is a fracture in opal, which greatly reduces the value.
  13. A term to describe a particular type of cracking within an opal. An opal may crack if exposed to the atmosphere and excessive drying takes place. This usually exibits itself as hairlike fractures. An opal may also crack due to internal pressures which are released when cut.
  14. collective behavior similar to fads in that they involve massive and rapid consumption and end abruptly but with a profit motive.
  15. a fashion magazine owned and published by Blair Cramer, which covers the hottest trends and all the latest things
  16. A minute crack in the glaze of enamel watch dials.
  17. n. Madness; enthusiasm shared by many people.
  18. Greek; noun. A set of letters or other characters that are arranged in a certain order so that one or more languages can be written. - Scandinavian; noun, obsolete. A sudden popular enthusiasm that creates an immediate fad. (The Beatles; Barney; Power Rangers; Pet Rocks; Pogs; The Internet;)