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rage

noun [C/U]  /reɪdʒ/ us  
extreme or violent anger, or a period of feeling such anger: [C] I had never seen him in such a rage before.

rage

verb [I always + adv/prep]  /reɪdʒ/ us  
to show extreme or violent anger: He raged at me for sending the letter out before he had seen it. If something destructive rages, it happens in a way that cannot be controlled: The fire broke out and raged for four days, destroying most of the old city.
Translations of “rage”
in Korean 화, 분노…
in Arabic غَضَب شَديد…
in French rage, furie…
in Turkish öfke, hiddet, kızgınlık…
in Italian collera, ira…
in Chinese (Traditional) 憤怒, (一陣)盛怒, (一陣)狂怒…
in Russian ярость…
in Polish wściekłość…
in Spanish rabia, ira, furia…
in Portuguese fúria, raiva…
in German die Wut, das Wüten…
in Catalan ràbia, ira…
in Japanese 激しい怒り, 激怒…
in Chinese (Simplified) 愤怒, (一阵)盛怒, (一阵)狂怒…
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