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rampage

verb /rӕmˈpeidʒ/
to rush about angrily, violently or in excitement
desbocarse, comportarse como un loco
The elephants rampaged through the jungle.
be/go on the rampage /ˈrӕmpeidʒ/ to rush about angrily, violently or in excitement, often causing great destruction
desbocarse, comportarse como un loco
The rioters went on the rampage and looted several shops in the town centre.
(Definition of rampage from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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