US: /ˈfjʊɹiəs/
UK: /fjˈɔːɹɪəs/

English Vietnamese dictionary

furious /'fjuəriəs/
  • tính từ
    • giận dữ, diên tiết
      • to be furious with somebody: giận dữ với ai, điên tiết lên với ai
    • mãnh liệt, mạnh mẽ, hung dữ
      • a struggle: cuộc đấu tranh mãnh liệt
      • a furious wind: cơn gió hung dữ
    • fast and furious
      • miệt mài náo nhiệt (cuộc vui)

Advanced English dictionary

+ adjective
1 (with sb)
(at sth/sb) very angry: She was absolutely furious at having been deceived. + He was furious with himself for letting things get so out of control.
2 with great energy, speed or anger: a furious argument / debate + She drove off at a furious pace. + A furious row broke out last night after it was revealed that hundreds of prisoners had been released early from jail.
See also - FURY
furiously adverb: furiously angry + 'Damn!' he said furiously. + They worked furiously all weekend, trying to get it finished on time.
Idioms see FAST adj.

Thesaurus dictionary

1 angry, enraged, raging, infuriated, fuming, incensed, irate, maddened, mad, boiling, wrathful, provoked, beside oneself, up in arms, in high dudgeon, on the warpath, foaming at the mouth, Literary wroth, Colloq steaming, livid, in a tizzy, Slang up the wall, pissed off, browned off, Brit cheesed off:
Mark was furious at Betty for leaving without him.
2 fierce, wild, violent, savage, intense, unrestrained, frantic, frenzied:
A few made a furious attempt to jump off the burning ship.

Collocation dictionary


be, feel, look, seem, sound | become, get | make sb
Their incompetence made me furious.


absolutely | simply | coldly | suddenly


He was simply furious about what had happened to his mother.
| at
The prime minister is said to be furious at the newspaper report.
| over
She was still furious over suggestions that she had lied to the public.
| with
I got absolutely furious with him.

Concise English dictionary

'fjʊrɪəs /'fjʊər-
+marked by extreme and violent energy
+marked by extreme anger
+(of the elements) as if showing violent anger