An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (very angry)
a. furioso
I'm furious with my mom for not letting me go to the party.Estoy furiosa con mi mamá por no dejarme ir a la fiesta.
2. (intense)
a. furioso (storm)
The furious storm made the ship sink.La furiosa tormenta hizo que el barco se hundiera.
b. violento (storm or struggle)
The building was strong enough to resist the most furious hurricanes.El edificio era lo suficientemente fuerte para resistir los más violentos huracanes.
c. feroz (struggle)
They got into a furious fight about who was going to wash the dishes.Se enzarzaron en una pelea feroz sobre quién iba a fregar los platos.
d. malo (temper)
My dad has a furious temper.Mi papá tiene muy mal genio.
e. frenético (activity)
Her furious activity made the rest of us appear lazy.Su actividad frenética nos hacía parecer vagos a los demás.
f. vertiginoso (speed)
The cars were going at a furious speed.Los coches iban a una velocidad vertiginosa.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. furioso(a)
to be furiousestar furioso(a)
to be furious with oneselftirarse de los pelos
at a furious speeda una velocidad de vértigo
furious [ˈfjʊərɪəs]
1 (angry) [+person, reaction] furioso
the decision provoked a furious reaction from staff the government tries to deal with the furious reaction to the destruction of a historic mosque by militant Hindu nationalists
to be furious (with sb) estar furioso (con algn); she'll be furious if she finds out se va a poner furiosa si se entera; to get furious ponerse furioso
when they said they were really going he got furious I get furious when I see my husband scratching his knees or elbows
2 (violent, unrestrained) [+argument, struggle] violento; [+activity] frenético
after five months of furious activity
[+pace, speed] vertiginoso; [+storm, sea] furioso
she vanished after a furious argument with her husband over the children the spectacular collapse of the trial sparked a furious row in the Commons last night The tape also led to a furious row between Charles and Diana Fry allegedly lost his job after a furious row with Flashman a furious struggle ensued for control of the steering wheel despite his furious efforts the boat was making no headway the Scottish game is played at an even more furious pace she set off at a furious pace his ship was assaulted by winds and furious seas
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