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mad

美 [mæd]
英 [mæd]
  • adj.狂;(狗等)患狂犬病的;凶猛的;糊涂的
  • 网络发疯的;疯狂;疯狂的
比较级:madder  最高级:maddest  
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adj.
1.
疯的;神经错乱的;有精神病的having a mind that does not work normally; mentally ill
They realized that he had gone mad .
他们意识到他疯了。
Inventors are not mad scientists.
发明家不是精神不正常的科学家。
I'll go mad if I have to wait much longer.
如果还要等更久的话,我会发疯的。
She seemed to have gone stark raving mad .
她好像是完全疯了。
2.
(informal)
极愚蠢的;很不明智的very stupid; not at all sensible
You must be mad to risk it.
你去冒这种风险,简直是疯了。
It was a mad idea.
那是个愚蠢透顶的想法。
‘I'm going to buy some new clothes.’ ‘Well, don't go mad(= spend more than is sensible) .’
“我要去买几件新衣服。”“去吧,可别乱花钱。”
3.
[nbn]
(informal)
~ (at/with sb).~ (about sth)
很生气;气愤very angry
He got mad and walked out.
他大动肝火,愤然离去。
She's mad at me for being late.
我迟到了,她非常气愤。
That noise is driving me mad .
那噪声真让我受不了。
He'll go mad when he sees the damage.
他看到这样的破坏准会气疯的。
4.
[nubn]
(informal)
~ (about/on sth/sb)
特别喜欢;痴迷;迷恋liking sth/sb very much; very interested in sth
to be mad on tennis
对网球着迷
He's always been mad about kids.
他一向特别喜欢孩子。
football-mad boys
迷恋足球的男孩儿
She's completely power-mad.
她权迷心窍。
5.
不理智的;疯狂的;激动的done without thought or control; wild and excited
The crowd made a mad rush for the exit.
人群疯狂地冲向出口处。
Only a mad dash got them to the meeting on time.
他们一阵狂奔,总算准时到达会场。
The team won and the fans went mad .
球队获胜了,球迷欣喜若狂。
to be mad with anger/excitement/grief/love
因气愤╱兴奋╱悲伤╱爱而丧失理智

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