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Translation of "mad" - English-Spanish dictionary

mad

adjective   /mæd/ ( comparative madder, superlative maddest)
A2 angry furioso Were your parents mad at you when you came home late?
B1 mainly UK ( US usually crazy) mentally ill loco I think I’m going mad.
B1 mainly UK informal ( US usually crazy) stupid loco You are mad to walk home alone at night.
A2 mainly US angry furioso Were your parents mad at you when you came home late?
be mad about someone/something mainly UK informal ( US usually be crazy about someone/something)
B1 to love someone or something estar loco por alguien/ser un apasionado de algo Ali is mad about skiing.
go mad UK informal
to become very angry ponerse furioso Dad will go mad when he finds out you took the car.
like mad informal
If you run, work, etc. like mad, you do it very quickly. como loco
(as) mad as a hatter/March hare
extremely silly or stupid como una cabra
(Definition of mad from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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