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Translation of "rave" - English-Spanish dictionary

rave

verb /reiv/
to talk wildly because, or as if, one is mad. delirar What’s he ranting and raving on about now?
to talk very enthusiastically hablar con entusiasmo He’s been raving about this new song he’s heard.
raving adjective ( also raving mad)
so mad as to be raving delirante She must be raving mad to go swimming in this freezing weather.
(Definition of rave from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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