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mad /mæd/
  • tính từ
    • điên, cuồng, mất trí
      • to go mad: phát điên, hoá điên
      • to drive someone mad: làm cho ai phát điên lên
      • like mad: như điên, như cuồng
    • (thông tục) bực dọc, bực bội
      • to be mad about (at) missing the train: bực bội vì bị nhỡ xe lửa
    • (+ about, after, for, on) say mê, ham mê
      • to be mad on music: say mê âm nhạc
    • tức giận, giận dữ, nổi giận
      • to get mad: nổi giận
  • động từ
    • (từ hiếm,nghĩa hiếm) làm phát điên; phát điên, hành động như một người điên
Concise Dictionary
madded|madding|madder|maddestmæd
adj.
+roused to anger
+affected with madness or insanity
+marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion
+very foolish

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
1 insane, deranged, crazy, crazed, demented, lunatic, unhinged, delirious, out of one's mind or head, psychotic, maniacal, (mentally) unbalanced, mentally ill, of unsound mind, non compos mentis, Chiefly Brit daft, Colloq out of one's head, touched (in the head), screwy, cuckoo, mental, certifiable, having a screw loose, dotty, cracked, mad as a March hare, mad as a hatter, not all there, off-the-wall, stark raving mad, Chiefly Brit potty, US nutty as a fruit cake; Slang nuts, loony, goofy, loopy, crackers, batty, off one's rocker or trolley, bananas, Brit round the bend or twist, twisted, off one's chump, barmy or balmy, bonkers, US out to lunch, bughouse, bugs, crazy as a bedbug or a coot, loco, wacky, out of one's tree, meshuga:
You're mad if you think I'm going in there with that lion.
2 foolish, silly, childish, immature, puerile, wild, nonsensical, foolhardy, madcap, heedless, senseless, absurd, imprudent, unwise, indiscreet, rash, ill-advised, ill-considered, reckless, extravagant, irrational, fatuous:
I did many mad things when I was a student. Hitching to Inverness is a mad idea
3 wild, ferocious; rabid:
Have they caught that mad dog yet?
4 furious, angry, infuriated, incensed, enraged, irate, fuming, berserk, irritated, provoked, wrathful, exasperated, Literary wroth:
Will you get mad if I ask you a question? Please don't be mad with me - I wrecked your car
5 like mad. madly, feverishly, in a frenzy, frenziedly, desperately, excitedly, violently, wildly, hysterically, furiously; enthusiastically, fervently, ardently; Colloq like crazy:
He's been running about like mad trying to find her.
6 mad (about or for). crazy, infatuated, ardent, enthusiastic, eager, avid, zealous, passionate, fervent, fervid, keen, fanatical, wild, Colloq hooked, Brit dotty, Slang nuts:
She's absolutely mad about cricket.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective (madder, maddest)
1 (especially BrE) (also crazy AmE, BrE) having a mind that does not work normally; mentally ill: They realized that he had gone mad. + Inventors are not mad scientists. + She seemed to have gone stark raving mad. + A revolver is the only way to stop a mad dog.
See also - BARKING MAD
2 (informal, especially BrE) (also crazy AmE, BrE) very stupid; not at all sensible: You must be mad to risk it. + It was a mad idea. + 'I'm going to buy some new clothes.' 'Well, don't go mad (= spend more than is sensible).'
3 [not before noun] ~ (at / with sb)
~ (about sth) (informal, especially AmE) very angry: He got mad and walked out. + She's mad at me for being late. + That noise is driving me mad.
4 [not usually before noun] ~ (about / on sth/sb) (informal) liking sth/sb very much; very interested in sth: to be mad on tennis + He's always been mad about kids. + football-mad boys + She's completely power-mad.
5 ~ (with sth) done without thought or control; wild and excited: The crowd made a mad rush for the exit. + Only a mad dash got them to the meeting on time. + to be mad with anger / excitement / grief / love + The team won and the fans went mad.
Idioms: like crazy / mad (informal) very fast, hard, much, etc: I had to run like mad to catch the bus.
(as) mad as a hatter / a March hare (informal) (of a person) mentally ill; very silly
ORIGIN From the Mad Hatter, a character in Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Because of the chemicals used in hat-making, workers often suffered from mercury poisoning, which can cause loss of memory and damage to the nervous system. A March hare was called mad because of the strange behaviour of hares during the mating season.
mad keen (on sth/sb) (BrE, informal) liking sth/sb very much; very interested in sth: He's mad keen on planes.
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Collocation Dictionary
adj

1 not sane; crazy/stupid

VERBS

be, look, seem | go
He went mad and spent the rest of his life locked up in a mental hospital. The world had gone completely mad.
| drive sb
His experiences in the First World War drove him mad. The children are driving me mad!
| consider sb, think sb
Her colleagues thought her quite mad.
| pronounce sb

ADV.

absolutely, completely, quite, utterly | barking, (stark) raving
What a barking mad idea! You must be stark raving mad to risk your money like that!
| almost | a bit, half, a little, slightly | dangerously

PREP.

with
I went mad with joy and danced a little jig.

2 angry

VERBS

be, feel, look | get
I get so mad when people don't take me seriously.
| make sb
It makes me really mad when people waste food.

ADV.

hopping, really | absolutely | pretty

PREP.

at/with
My mum's absolutely mad with me!


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