(a (usually temporary) fashion; great (but temporary) enthusiasm: the current craze for cutting one's hair extremely short.) dille, siste skrik, kjepphest
- crazily
- craziness
subst. \/kreɪz\/
1) mani, dille, mote, raptus, moteflue
2) vanvidd, galskap
3) (i glasur eller på malt flate) fin sprekk, krakelering
it's the craze det er på moten
the latest craze siste skrik, siste mote, det aller siste
verb \/kreɪz\/
1) gjøre\/bli gal, gjøre\/bli skrullet
2) (om glasur eller malt flate) krakelere

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