wild

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Pronunciation[change]

Adjective[change]

Positive
wild

Comparative
wilder

Superlative
wildest

  1. If an animal or plant is wild it is not tame. This means it lives in nature and people have not changed it.
    Wolves and bears are wild animals.
    We found some wild berries and ate them.
  2. (informal) If a person (or thing) is wild they (or it) are not easy to predict, or they do not act civilized.
    She is so wild, all she does is drink and party!
    That was a wild party.
    They were playing wild music all night.
  3. (slang) If something is wild it is very good or very interesting.
    That is a wild shirt you have on!
  4. (playing cards) If a card is wild it can be used as any other card in a game.

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Interjection[change]

Interjection
wild

  1. (slang) You can say wild to mean you like something.

Noun[change]

Singular
wild

Plural
wilds

  1. The wild (or wilds) is nature or places far from where people live.
    We were lost in the wild for a week.
    Many animals live in the wilds of Africa.

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