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Meaning & Definition of Mad in English

English

Mad

/mæd/

adjective

1. Roused to anger

  • "Stayed huffy a good while"- mark twain
  • "She gets mad when you wake her up so early"
  • "Mad at his friend"
  • "Sore over a remark"
    synonym:
  • huffy
  • ,
  • mad
  • ,
  • sore

2. Affected with madness or insanity

  • "A man who had gone mad"
    synonym:
  • brainsick
  • ,
  • crazy
  • ,
  • demented
  • ,
  • disturbed
  • ,
  • mad
  • ,
  • sick
  • ,
  • unbalanced
  • ,
  • unhinged

3. Marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion

  • "A crowd of delirious baseball fans"
  • "Something frantic in their gaiety"
  • "A mad whirl of pleasure"
    synonym:
  • delirious
  • ,
  • excited
  • ,
  • frantic
  • ,
  • mad
  • ,
  • unrestrained

4. Very foolish

  • "Harebrained ideas"
  • "Took insane risks behind the wheel"
  • "A completely mad scheme to build a bridge between two mountains"
    synonym:
  • harebrained
  • ,
  • insane
  • ,
  • mad

Examples of using

Are you mad at me?
My wife got really mad at me for not coming home last night.
Are you still mad about last night?