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mad

Definitions


[], (Residual)

Definitions:
- mutual (or mutually) assured destruction.


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[], (Residual)

Definitions:
- Moroccan dirham(s).


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[mad], (Adjective)

Definitions:
- mentally ill; insane
(e.g: he felt as if he were going mad)

- very enthusiastic about someone or something
(e.g: he's mad about football)

- very angry
(e.g: don't be mad at me)

- great; remarkable
(e.g: I got mad respect for him)


Phrases:
- as mad as a box of frogs
- as mad as a hatter
- go mad
- like mad
- mad keen

Origin:
Middle English: either shortened from obsolete amad ‘mad’, or shortened from its source, Old English gemǣd(e)d ‘maddened’, participial form related to gemād ‘mad’, of Germanic origin


[mad], (Adverb)

Definitions:
- very; extremely
(e.g: he was mad cool—we immediately hit it off)


Phrases:
- as mad as a box of frogs
- as mad as a hatter
- go mad
- like mad
- mad keen

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[mad], (Verb)

Definitions:
- make (someone) mad
(e.g: had I but seen thy picture in this plight, it would have madded me)


Phrases:
- as mad as a box of frogs
- as mad as a hatter
- go mad
- like mad
- mad keen

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