US: /ˈɹæmˌpeɪdʒ/

English Vietnamese dictionary

rampage /ræm'peidʤ/
  • danh từ
    • sự giận dữ; cơn giận điên lên, cơn thịnh nộ
      • to be on the rampage: nổi xung, giận điên lên
  • nội động từ
    • nổi xung, giận điên lên

Advanced English dictionary

noun, verb
+ noun [usually sing.] a sudden period of wild and violent behaviour, often causing damage and destruction: Gangs of youths went on the rampage in the city yesterday. + A state of emergency was declared following overnight rampages by student demonstrators.
+ verb [V +adv./prep.] (of people or animals) to move through a place in a group, usually breaking things and causing damage: Several thousand demonstrators rampaged through the centre of the city. + a herd of rampaging elephants

Thesaurus dictionary

1 excitement, agitation, recklessness, riot, tumult, uproar, frenzy, fury, rage, furore or US furor, turmoil:
His latest rampage was prompted by their serving him a cup of cold coffee.
2 Brit on the rampage, US on a rampage. berserk, mad, crazy, amok or amuck, wild, out of control:
Pete regularly drank too much whisky and then went on the rampage.
3 storm, rage, rant, rave, go berserk, run amok or amuck:
He rampaged like a man possessed when he got his second parking ticket of the day.

Concise English dictionary

rampages|rampaged|rampagingræm'peɪdʒ ,'ræmpeɪdʒ
+violently angry and destructive behavior
+act violently, recklessly, or destructively