Definition of Beatlemania in English:

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Pronunciation: /ˌbēdlˈmānēə/


Extreme enthusiasm for the Beatles, as manifested in the frenzied behavior of their fans in the 1960s: the band took to spending weeks on end in the studio as a way of escaping from the mayhem of Beatlemania the sound reminded him of old newsclips he’d seen of Beatlemania— girls screaming their heads off for the moptops from Liverpool
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  • It produced a kind of craze like the Beatlemania in the sixties.
  • In April of 1963, right before Beatlemania hit England (and later the world), John Lennon went on holiday in Barcelona with the Beatles' manager, Brian Epstein.
  • It was the blueprint for Beatlemania, and the benchmark for future meshing of musician to movie.

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Syllabification: Beat·le·ma·ni·a

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