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Spanish translation of “rage”

rage

verb
(of wind, storms etc) to be violent; to blow with great force
bramar; embravecerse (el mar)
The storm raged all night.
(of battles, arguments etc) to be carried on with great violence
hacer estragos; desarollarse ferozmente
The battle raged for two whole days.
(of diseases etc) to spread quickly and affect many people
arrasar, hacer estragos
Fever was raging through the town.
(Definition of rage from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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