craze Meaning in Bengali - Synonyms and Definition of craze
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Synonyms of craze

noun
verb

Definition of craze

noun

an enthusiasm for a particular activity or object that typically appears suddenly and achieves widespread but short-lived popularity.

I think when the craze for Indian classical music started in the 60s it was a lot more superficial thing than it is now.

produce a network of fine cracks on (a surface).

True, old wear produces smooth spider web crazing and softened edges.

wildly insane or excited.

a crazed killer

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Example of craze

  • A craze for wacky weddings has grown since marriage laws were widened to include a vast range of potential venues.

  • And then, wouldn't you know it, here comes another crazed madman wanting to destroy the world.

  • Come to think of it, videocassette tapes never really became very popular, though there was quite a craze for them soon after they were introduced in the market.

  • He also commented on the current craze for Blogs - which he described as online diaries, many of them read only by the writer.

  • He was very small, and looked terrified when four half-starved and dementedly crazed teenagers opened the door and almost burst out, their eyes bulging.

  • I think when the craze for Indian classical music started in the 60s it was a lot more superficial thing than it is now.

  • In addition, Roma found that Makrolon will craze , but the cracks won't propagate all the way through the material.

  • In the world of investment, gold is also highly sought after, but the current craze for this commodity has nothing to do with the festive season.

  • In this case chemical agents penetrate the plastic, causing swelling, softening, charring, crazing , delamination, blistering, embrittlement, discoloration, dissolving, and ultimate failure.

  • Instead, huge stages were erected in public places to cater to the local craze for music, particularly dangdut, a local musical genre mixing Arabic and Indian influences.