[fuh-nat-uh-sahyz-uh m] /fəˈnæt əˌsaɪz əm/
fanatical character, spirit, or conduct.
wildly excessive or irrational devotion, dedication, or enthusiasm
1650s, from fanatic + -ism.
[fuh-nat-uh-sahyz] /fəˈnæt əˌsaɪz/ verb (used with object), fanaticized, fanaticizing. 1. to make fanatical. verb (used without object), fanaticized, fanaticizing. 2. to act with or show . /fəˈnætɪˌsaɪz/ verb 1. to make or become fanatical
[fan-bak] /ˈfænˌbæk/ adjective 1. (of a chair) having a fan-shaped . 2. (of a Windsor chair or the like) having a of vertical spindles out from seat to upper rail.
/ˈfænˌbeɪs/ noun 1. the body of admirers of a particular pop singer, football team, etc
noun 1. (in automotive vehicles) a belt, driven by the crankshaft of an engine, that turns a fan for drawing cooling air through the radiator. noun 1. any belt that drives a fan, esp the belt that drives a cooling fan together with a dynamo or alternator in a car engine