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rage

US [reɪdʒ]
UK [reɪdʒ]
  • n.狂怒;暴怒;(某情况引起的)愤怒
  • v.发怒;怒斥;猛烈地继续;激烈进行
  • Web狂暴;盛怒;怒气
Plural Form:rages  Present Participle:raging  Past Tense:raged  
Rage
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n.
1.
[u][c]
暴怒;狂怒a feeling of violent anger that is difficult to control
His face was dark with rage.
他气得面色铁青。
to be shaking/trembling/speechless with rage
气愤得发抖╱战栗╱说不出话来
Sue stormed out of the room in a rage .
休怒气冲冲地走出了房间。
He flies into a rage if you even mention the subject.
你只要一提起这个话题,他就会暴跳如雷。
2.
[u]
(某情况引起的)愤怒,暴力行为anger and violent behaviour caused by a particular situation
a case of trolley rage in the supermarket
超市里一起由手推车引起的暴力事件
IDM
be all the rage
(informal)
十分流行;成为时尚;风靡一时to be very popular and fashionable
v.
1.
[i][t]
发怒;怒斥to show that you are very angry about sth or with sb, especially by shouting
He raged against the injustice of it all.
这一切不公正使他大发怒火。
‘That's unfair!’ she raged.
“这不公平!”她愤怒地喊道。
2.
[i]
~ (on)
猛烈地继续;激烈进行to continue in a violent way
The riots raged for three days.
暴乱持续了三天。
The blizzard was still raging outside.
外面暴风雪仍在肆虐。
3.
[i]
(+ adv./prep.)
迅速蔓延;快速扩散to spread very quickly
Forest fires were raging out of control.
森林大火迅速蔓延,无法控制。
A flu epidemic raged through Europe.
流感在整个欧洲肆虐。
4.
[i]
外出玩个痛快;出去作乐to go out and enjoy yourself

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