Meaning of frenetically in English:

frenetically

Pronunciation /frəˈnɛtɪk(ə)li/

Translate frenetically into Spanish

adverb

See frenetic

‘But in their enthusiasm to get their hands on the custard, the company did not acquire the formula for the fizzy drink, which was made by adding a sherbet-like powder to cold water and stirring frenetically while the drink foamed.’
  • ‘From the very second the air-conditioned stores and shopping malls open, you are carried along with the swirl of bargain-hunting tourists in a controlled, but frenetically intense, buying frenzy.’
  • ‘Taking our cue from Boyracer's lengthy discography, we can expect frenetically paced, fuzzed-out pop songs that even your punk rock friend will like.’
  • ‘His hands raced frenetically and gracefully up and down the fingerboard, offering now a nimble arpeggio or a powerful scale pattern.’
  • ‘This is a frenetically busy field of technological and medical change.’