Complete Definition of "rampant"

English

Adjective
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  1. unrestrained or unchecked.

#:Weeds are rampant in my garden.

  1. rife, or occurring widely, frequently or menacingly.

#:There was rampant corruption in the city.

  1. heraldry: rearing on its hind legs.
  2. architecture of an arch, with one side higher than the other.

Translations
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trans-top|unrestrained
French: effréné
Greek: αÏÏγκÏάÏηÏÎ¿Ï (asingrátitos) m
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Italian: sfrenato m, sfrenata f
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trans-top|rife and menacing
Greek: αÏαλίνÏÏÎ¿Ï m
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trans-top|heraldry
French: rampant
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Italian: rampante
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trans-top|architecture
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ttbc|Chinese: ç¹è
ttbc|Dutch: ongebreideld, ongebreidelde
ttbc|German: zügellos
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ttbc|Japanese: æãã¤ããããªã
ttbc|Korean: 과격í
ttbc|Spanish: desenfrenado m, desenfrenada f

Derived terms
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