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Definition of hog-wild in English:

adjective

North American informal
Out of control: Congress will go hog-wild in its spending
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  • ‘It's not the case that the government has gone hog-wild,’
  • Now, you have their address stored, and can go hog-wild ordering stuff.
  • The day they took possession of the house, they went to the Home Depot and ‘went hog-wild and bought $1,000 worth of supplies,’

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