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mad adj.

1 not sane; crazy/stupid

VERBS be, look, seem | go He went mad and spent the rest of his life locked up in a mental hospital. The world had gone completely mad. | drive sb His experiences in the First World War drove him mad. The children are driving me mad! | consider sb, think sb Her colleagues thought her quite mad. | pronounce sb

ADV. absolutely, completely, quite, utterly | barking, (stark) raving What a barking mad idea! You must be stark raving mad to risk your money like that! | almost | a bit, half, a little, slightly | dangerously

PREP. with I went mad with joy and danced a little jig.

2 angry

VERBS be, feel, look | get I get so mad when people don't take me seriously. | make sb It makes me really mad when people waste food.

ADV. hopping, really | absolutely | pretty

PREP. at/with My mum's absolutely mad with me!