panic (reloaded)

ˈpa-nik

Etymology : from Greek panikos, literally, of Pan, from Pan
Function : noun

1: a sudden overpowering fright; also : acute extreme anxiety
2: a sudden unreasoning terror often accompanied by mass flight <widespread panic in the streets>
3: a sudden widespread fright concerning financial affairs that results in a depression of values caused by extreme measures for protection of property (as securities). [1]

4: the sudden unreasoning and widespread fright concerning the climate change and the constant military attacks.

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(Vagia Pantou 26.11.2007)
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