mad

How to spell mad in spanish

In spanish, the word mad can be spelled:

  • adj., mad·der, mad·dest.
    1. Angry; resentful. See synonyms at angry.
    2. Suffering from a disorder of the mind; insane.
    3. Temporarily or apparently deranged by violent sensations, emotions, or ideas: mad with jealousy.
    4. Lacking restraint or reason; foolish: I was mad to have hired her in the first place.
    5. Feeling or showing strong liking or enthusiasm: mad about sports.
    6. Marked by extreme excitement, confusion, or agitation; frantic: a mad scramble for the bus.
    7. Boisterously gay; hilarious: had a mad time.
    8. Affected by rabies; rabid.
    tr. & intr.v., mad·ded, mad·ding, mads.

    To make or become mad; madden.

    idioms:

    like mad Informal.

    1. Wildly; impetuously: drove like mad.
    2. To an intense degree or great extent: worked like mad; snowing like mad.
    mad as a hatter
    1. Crazy; deranged.

    [Middle English, from Old English gemǣdde, past participle of *gemǣdan, to madden, from gemād, insane.]

    maddish mad'dish adj.


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