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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (infected with rabies)
a. rabid
¡Entren a casa! Hay un perro rabioso en la calle.Get in the house! There's a rabid dog in the street.
2. (angry)
a. furious
Mi jefe se puso rabioso cuando se enteró que perdimos un millón de dólares.My boss got furious when he heard we lost a million dollars.
3. (excessive)
a. terrible
Con esta tormenta rabiosa no podremos zarpar.We cannot sail in this terrible storm.
b. extreme
El frío rabioso congeló el lago.The extreme cold froze the lake.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (furioso)
a. furious
2. (excesivo)
a. terrible
3. (fig)
de rabiosa actualidadextremely topical
4. (enfermo de rabia)
a. rabid
5. (chillón)
a. loud, gaudy
1 (Med) rabid
perro rabioso rabid dog; mad dog
2 (furioso) [+persona] furious; [+aficionado] rabid; fervent
poner rabioso a algn to enrage sb; make sb livid; de rabiosa actualidad highly topical
3 [+dolor] terrible
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