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Significado de “mad” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "mad" - Diccionario Inglés

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uk   /mæd/ us   /mæd/ madder or maddest
  • mad adjective (MENTALLY ILL)

B1 mentally ill, or unable to behave in a reasonable way: I think I must be going mad. Do I look like some mad old woman in this hat?

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  • mad adjective (SILLY)

B1 UK informal US usually crazy extremely silly or stupid: [+ to infinitive] You're mad to walk home alone at this time of night. He must be mad spending all that money on a coat. Some of the things she does are completely mad.
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  • mad adjective (ANGRY)

A2 [after verb] informal very angry or annoyed: He's always complaining and it makes me so mad.mainly US Are you still mad at me?UK Kerry got really mad with Richard for not doing the washing up.UK Bill's untidiness drives me mad.

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  • mad adjective (ENTHUSIASTIC)

be mad about sb/sth B1 informalUK
to love someone or something: He's the first real boyfriend she's had and she's mad about him. He's mad about football.
be mad for sb/sth UK informal
to want someone or something very much, or to be very interested in someone or something: Everyone's mad for him and I just don't see the attraction.


uk   / -mæd/ us   / -mæd/ UK
(Definition of mad from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "mad" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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madadjective [-er/-est only]

us   /mæd/ -dd-
angry or annoyed: I get so mad at her I sometimes start screaming.
(of an activity) wild, fast, or excited and not well controlled: We made a mad dash for the school bus.
infml very enthusiastic and interested: Jeanne’s mad about old Woody Allen movies.
mentally ill, or unable to behave in a reasonable way; insane: In his years as a prisoner of war, he often felt as if he might go mad.
(Definition of mad from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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