Word: helter-skelter

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Synonyms: helter-skelter

headlong, pell-mell, hotfoot, posthaste, hastily, hurriedly, at full tilt, hell-bent for leather, recklessly, precipitately, heedlessly, wildly, like a bat out of hell, like the wind, like greased lightning, lickety-split, every which way

Translations: helter-skelter

spanish
atropelladamente, desbandada, tobogán, sin orden ni concierto, desordenadamente


german
Hals über Kopf, Durcheinander, holterdiepolter, Wendelrutsche

french
à la débandade, désordonné, débandade, la débandade

italian
disordine, alla rinfusa, rinfusa, disordinatamente, daffare

portuguese
confusamente, desordenadamente, atabalhoadamente, precipitadamente, em desordem

dutch
holderdebolder, glijbaan met, glijbaan met een, wanordelijke, geloop

russian
беспорядочно, суматоха, беспорядок, безалаберно

norwegian
hulter til bulter

swedish
huller om buller

finnish
päätäpahkaa, liukurata, mullin mallin, päätäpahkainen

danish
hulter til bulter, vild forvirring

czech
horempádem, tobogan, překotný, tobogánem, tobogán

polish
zjeżdżalnia, zamęt, bezład

hungarian
összevisszaság, zűrzavaros, zűrzavar, a zűrzavaros

turkish
apar topar, karmakarışık, karışıklık, gelişigüzel, kaçan kaçana

greek
φύρδην μίγδην, ανακατωσούρα

ukrainian
врозтіч, врозсип, врізнобіч, урозтіч, хто куди

albanian
rrëmujë, rrëshqitëse, në rrëmujë, sajë me patina, hallakatje

bulgarian
бездеен, безпорядък, суматоха, паническо бягство, както дойде

belarusian
ўрассыпную, ўроссып, хто куды, ў бакі

estonian
ülepeakaela, Päätäpahkaa, Päätäpahkainen

croatian
navrat-nanos, metež, zbrka

icelandic
Helter

lithuanian
pakrikai, makalynė, Varza, Bezładnie, bet kaip

latvian
varza, pa galvu pa kaklu, galvu pa kaklu, kņada

macedonian
бездеен

romanian
talmeș-balmeș, alandala, vânzoleala de

slovenian
Metež

slovak
ozlomkrky

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The meaning and "use of": helter-skelter

adjective
  • in disorderly haste or confusion.

noun
  • disorder; confusion.
  • a tall spiral slide winding around a tower at a fair.

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