Translation of craze in Spanish:

craze

Pronunciation: /kreɪz/

n

  • (fashion) moda (f); (fad) manía (f) cocktails are the latest craze los cócteles son el último grito or están de última moda I had a craze for wearing only black me dio la manía de vestirme siempre de negro
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    • Thereafter England also enthusiastically embraced the craze for Egyptian antiquities.
    • The salon organizers have made prints a special highlight of this year's event, hoping to start a craze for print collecting in China.
    • The craze for watching football matches triggers a paranoid outburst.

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