US: /ˈkɹeɪz/
UK: /kɹˈe‍ɪz/

English Vietnamese dictionary

craze /kreiz/
  • danh từ
    • tính ham mê, sự say mê
      • to have a craze for stamps: say mê chơi tem
    • (thông tục) mốt
      • to be the craze: trở thành cái mốt
    • sự loạn trí, sự mất trí, tính hơi điên
    • vết ran, vân rạn (đồ sành, đồ sứ)
    • ngoại động từ
      • làm mất trí, làm điên cuồng
      • làm rạn, làm cho có vân rạn (đồ sành, đồ sứ)
      • nội động từ
        • loạn óc, mất trí, hoá điên
        • nổi vân rạn (đồ sành, đồ sứ)

      Advanced English dictionary

      + noun
      (for sth) an enthusiastic interest in sth that is shared by many people but that usually does not last very long; a thing that people have a craze for: the latest fitness craze to sweep the country + Pet pigs are the latest craze.

      Thesaurus dictionary

      fad, fashion, trend, enthusiasm, rage, mania, thing, obsession; last word, dernier cri:
      The craze for printed T-shirts goes on and on.

      Collocation dictionary


      latest, new | passing
      Is this interest in health foods just a passing craze?
      | dance, fashion, fitness, etc.

      VERB + CRAZE

      The princess started a craze for huge earrings.

      CRAZE + VERB

      sweep (across/through) sth
      Doctors warned of the latest drug craze to sweep America.
      | hit sth
      It's the latest craze to hit San Francisco.


      ~ among
      the latest craze among children
      | ~ for
      the craze for fashionable sports clothing

      Concise English dictionary

      +an interest followed with exaggerated zeal
      +state of violent mental agitation
      +a fine crack in a glaze or other surface
      +cause to go crazy; cause to lose one's mind
      +develop a fine network of cracks