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mad

adjective /mӕd/ ( comparative madder, superlative maddest)
mentally disturbed or insane
loco
Ophelia went mad You must be mad.
(sometimes with ator with) very angry
furioso
She was mad at me for losing my keys.
(with about) having a great liking or desire for
loco (por)
I’m just mad about Harry.
madly adverb
locamente
He’s madly in love with her.
madness noun
locura
The whole idea is complete madness!
madden verb to make mad or very angry
enloquecer, enfurecer
The animal was maddened by the pain.
maddening adjective likely to cause anger
enloquecedor
maddening delays.
maddeningly adverb
enloquecedoramente
She is maddeningly unreliable.
madman noun ( feminine madwoman, plural madmen, madwomen) a person who is insane
loco; loca
He drove/fought like a madman.
mad cow disease noun (medical) a fatal disease of cattle, which can affect also humans who eat meat from infected cattle
enfermedad de las vacas locas
an outbreak of mad cow disease.
like mad wildly, desperately, very quickly etc
como un loco
She was struggling/trying/running like mad.
(Definition of mad from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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