amok英 [əˈmɒk] 美 [əˈmɑ:k]
1. 残暴性狂症：amoeboid movement 变形运动 | amok 残暴性狂症 | amoral character 非道德品格
2. 杀气腾腾的：amoebic dysentery 阿米巴性痢疾 | amok 杀气腾腾的 | amorphism 无定形
3. (炮灰)：4.6 DOS的其它常用命令 | AMOK(炮灰) | Abuse(狂暴战士)
1. North Koreas 10th-generation Wang Wang Yanshan period, the tyrant Yanshan stupid is no way a result, corrupt officials run amok, and times of hardship.
2. He's running amok through the American car market.
3. Finally, little or no thought seems to have been given to the havoc that could be wreaked upon the human genome by GM crop retrotransposon running amok within humans and farm animals.
4. To his critics this attitude proves that the sheriff is running amok.
5. In the absence of suitable supervision the children were running amok.
6. Lately they've been running amok.
7. One of Kennedy's staff wrote later that kids in various states of undress ran amok, Ethel scurried about screaming orders at the top of her lungs.
8. This is political correctness running amok.
9. For every story of wonderful new uses of the Internet, there are just as many about information highway bandits breaking into computers and running amok.
10. A soldier was arrested after running amok with a vehicle through Berlin.
11. To me, this seems like wealth shame run amok.
12. The elephants had a tendency to panic and run amok.
13. A man ran amok in the train yesterday? He struck two railway staff and smashed several carriage windows.
14. There were widespread reports of looting and escaped convicts running amok.
15. A masked man ran amok in the town square.
16. Ireland and Spain had strong fiscal positions throughout: it was private borrowing that ran amok.
17. This isn't the first time Greenpeace has warned that illegal GMO grains may be running amok in China.
18. The humour of the gods had run amok.
19. The two dogs ran amok in a school playground.
20. I want to be helpful, especially to people who have been job hunting for a long time, but this is networking run amok.
If a person or animal runs amok, they behave in a violent and uncontrolled way.
e.g. A soldier was arrested after running amok with a vehicle through Berlin.
1. in a murderous frenzy
e.g. rioters running amuck and throwing sticks and bottles and stones
e.g. when the restaurant caught fire the patrons ran amuck, blocking the exit