raging

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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (wild and violent)
a. embravecido
It took a lot of skill, and courage, to land the helicopter on the deck of a ship in a raging sea.Se necesitó mucha habilidad, y coraje, para aterrizar el helicóptero en la cubierta de un barco en un mar embravecido.
b. rugiente
A raging wind knocked down several very old trees in the park.Un viento rugiente derribó varios árboles muy antiguos en el parque.
2. (intense)
a. atroz
Tammy woke up with a raging headache after last night's party.Tammy se desperó con un atroz dolor de cabeza después de la fiesta de anoche.
b. muy agudo
Tom suddenly felt a raging pain in his chest, and fell to the ground.De pronto, Tom sintió un dolor muy agudo en el pecho y cayó al piso.
3. (extraordinary)
a. tremendo
In spite of the rain, the party was a raging success.A pesar de la lluvia, la fiesta fue un éxito tremento.
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raging
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (person)
a. furioso(a)
to be in a raging temperestar hecho(a) una furia
2. (sea)
a. embravecido(a), encrespado(a)
3. (fire)
a. pavoroso(a)
4. (fever, thirst, headache)
a. atroz
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raging [ˈreɪdʒɪŋ]
adjective
1 (fierce) [+temper] furioso; rabioso; [+debate] acalorado; [+nationalist, feminist] acérrimo; a ultranza; [+nationalism] enfervorizado
he was in a raging temper estaba muy furioso; to be raging mad estar loco de furia or ira
2 (violent) [+storm, thunder, blizzard] violento; rugiente; [+wind, torrent] enfurecido; rugiente; [+sea] embravecido; enfurecido; rugiente; [+fire] violento
it has been a day of raging storms the river became a raging torrent ...the factory where a raging fire killed hundreds of workers Some of the narrow winding streets in the centre of the city were raging infernos
3 (intense) [+temperature, fever, inflation] altísimo; [+illness, headache, toothache] atroz; [+thirst] horroroso
to be a raging success tener un éxito tremendo
noun
[of person] furia (f)
for a few moments he continued his raging continuó dando rienda suelta a su furia durante un rato; I couldn't hear her over the raging of the sea no podía oírla por el rugir del mar
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