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mad

adjective
 
 
/mæd/
CRAZY informal B1 stupid or crazy
çılgın, deli, aptal
[+ to do sth] You're mad to walk home alone at night.Of unsound mindStupid and silly
ANGRY mainly US A2 angry
çılgın, çıldırmış, deli, kızgın
Were your parents mad at you when you came home late?Angry and displeasedBad-tempered
go mad to become very angry
çılgına/deliye dönmek; küplere binmek
Dad'll go mad when he finds out you took the car.Becoming angry and expressing anger
to suddenly become very excited
coşmak, çılgına dönmek, aniden heyecanlanmak
When the band arrived on stage, the crowd went mad.Excited, interested and enthusiastic
be mad about sb/sth informal B1 to love something or someone
deli divane olmak, çok düşkün/tutkun olmak
Jo's mad about skiing.Loving and in love
ILL B1 mentally ill
akıl hastası, deli,
Mental and psychiatric disordersOf unsound mindStupid and silly
NOT CONTROLLED not controlled
çılgın, kudurmuş, çılgına dönmüş
We made a mad dash for the exit.Mental and psychiatric disordersUncontrolledEnergetic and lively
like mad B2 If you run, work, etc like mad, you do it very quickly and with a lot of energy.
deli/deliler gibi, çılgıncasına
Fast and rapidShort in time
B2 If something hurts like mad, it hurts a lot.
deliye döndüren, dünyayı zindan eden; çok acıyan
Pain and painfulIntensifying expressions
(Definition of mad from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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