Mad in spanish


pronunciation: enoʊxɑdoʊ part of speech: adjective
In gestures

mad1 = loco, estúpido, chiflado, chalado, pirado, zumbado, majareta. 

Example: When J D Brown allowed the public of Islington to have open access to the books in the 1890s he was regarded by many of his colleagues as mad!.


» as mad as a hatter = como una cabra, más loco que una cabra, tan loco como una cabra.

Example: She was not so little, about my height, but she was a bag of bones and she was as mad as a hatter.

» as mad as a March hare = como una cabra, más loco que una cabra, tan loco como una cabra.

Example: I turned and looked into her eyes and knew instantly what I should have known before, that she was as mad as a March hare.

» as mad as a wet hen = como un energúmeno, como un basilisco, de mala leche, con un humor de perros.

Example: He was mad as a wet hen throughout the procedure, but once he got over it, he was almost immediately back to his old self.

» barking mad = como una cabra, loco de atar, loco de remate, loco perdido, chiflado, pirado, majareta, como un cencerro.

Example: Well right now I am on the horns of a dilemma as the weather outside is so cold it would freeze the balls off a brass monkey but I would be barking mad not to go home and get a good heavy coat for later this evening.

» be completely mad = estar completamente loco, estar loco de atar, estar loco de remate.

Example: She stared at him as if he were completely mad.

» be raging mad = echar chispas, echar humo, estar furioso, estar que + echar + chispas, estar que + trinar.

Example: So maybe I'm not raging mad but a bit miffed I would have to admit.

» drive + Alguien + mad = volver a Alguien loco, exasperar a Alguien, sacar de quicio, sacar de las casillas, traer de cabeza.

Example: This is a superb translation of the memoirs of the wife of Sado, the crown prince of Korea, who was driven mad and became a serial killer.

» go + mad = volverse loco, volverse majareta, perder la cabeza, enloquecer.

Example: The article is entitled 'The confrontation of childhood with a world gone mad: an examination of children's biography and autobiography in the context of World War 2'.

» like mad = como un condenado, como un loco, como loco, un montón, un montonazo, muchísimo.

Example: With hundreds of bait fish swarming your spot -- feeding like mad -- the game fish get extremely excited and start to move into the area to feed on the bait fish.

» mad as hell = enojado al máximo.

Example: The article 'The acquisitions librarian as informed consumer: mad as hell, and not going to take it any more!' considers some of the underlying practices used by publishers which keep prices increasing faster than inflation.

» mad cow disease = enfermedad de las vacas locas.

Example: Information on the news items relevant to 'mad cow disease' was collected for a period of 100 days starting very close to the eruption of the crisis.

» madhouse = siquiátrico, manicomio, casa de los locos, loquero, casa de locos, jaula de grillos.

Example: In the book, Romania is a madhouse filled with the handicapped, deaf mutes, and stutterers.

» madman = loco, majareta.

Example: Since January of 2006 we have had to deal with the raving lunatics and suicidal madmen of the ruling party of Hamas.

» madwoman [madwomen, -pl.] = loca.

Example: Much like the determined women who fueled feminism in the 1970s, these madwomen rebel against the strictures of patriarchal authority.

» raving mad = como una cabra, loco de atar, loco de remate, loco perdido, chiflado, pirado, majareta, como un cencerro.

Example: It is said that if anybody remained there for a night, he would be found in the morning either dead, raving mad, or endowed with remarkable genius.

» stark raving mad = como una cabra, loco de atar, loco perdido, chiflado, pirado, majareta, como un cencerro.

Example: Since he wasn't stark raving mad as a result, but simply very relaxed, I decided I would try it when the opportunity arose.

MAD (Manual of Archival Description)2 = Manual de Descripción de Archivos. 

Example: This article describes the Manual of Archival Description (MAD), which was the result of a cooperative venture financed by the Society of Archivists and the British Library Research and Development Department.

Mad synonyms

wild in spanish: salvaje, pronunciation: waɪld part of speech: adjective sore in spanish: dolorido, pronunciation: sɔr part of speech: adjective sick in spanish: enfermos, pronunciation: sɪk part of speech: adjective crazy in spanish: loco, pronunciation: kreɪzi part of speech: adjective excited in spanish: emocionado, pronunciation: ɪksaɪtəd part of speech: adjective angry in spanish: enojado, pronunciation: æŋgri part of speech: adjective insane in spanish: insano, pronunciation: ɪnseɪn part of speech: adjective frantic in spanish: frenético, pronunciation: fræntɪk part of speech: adjective foolish in spanish: tonto, pronunciation: fulɪʃ part of speech: adjective delirious in spanish: delirante, pronunciation: dɪlɪriəs part of speech: adjective demented in spanish: demente, pronunciation: dɪmentɪd part of speech: adjective distracted in spanish: distraído, pronunciation: dɪstræktəd part of speech: adjective unhinged in spanish: desquiciado, pronunciation: ənhɪndʒd part of speech: adjective disturbed in spanish: perturbado, pronunciation: dɪstɜrbd part of speech: adjective unbalanced in spanish: desequilibrado, pronunciation: ənbælənst part of speech: adjective huffy in spanish: enfadado, pronunciation: hʌfi part of speech: adjective unrestrained in spanish: desenfrenado, pronunciation: ənristreɪnd part of speech: adjective harebrained in spanish: atolondrado, pronunciation: herbreɪnd part of speech: adjective brainsick in spanish: trastornado mentalmente, pronunciation: breɪnsɪk part of speech: adjective
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