Translation: from spanish

he was furious

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  • was furious — exploded from anger, was extremely mad …   English contemporary dictionary

  • furious — furious, frantic, frenzied, wild, frenetic, delirious, rabid are comparable when they mean possessed with uncontrollable excitement especially under the stress of a powerful emotion. Furious implies strong excitement or violence that… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • was terribly angry — was exploding with rage, was very angry, was boiling with rage, was furious …   English contemporary dictionary

  • was angry with him — was annoyed at, was furious at …   English contemporary dictionary

  • furious — adj. 1) furious about, at, over smt. 2) furious at (esp. AE), with smb. 3) furious to + inf. (he was furious to learn that his pay check had been lost) 4) furious that + clause (she was furious that the information had been leaked) * * * [… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • furious — fu|ri|ous [ fjuriəs ] adjective ** 1. ) extremely angry: Judge Roberts comments provoked a furious public response. furious with: Dad was furious with us. furious that: Rosie was absolutely furious that I d borrowed her car without asking.… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • furious */*/ — UK [ˈfjʊərɪəs] / US [ˈfjʊrɪəs] adjective 1) extremely angry Judge Roberts comments provoked a furious public response. furious with: Dad was furious with us. furious that: Rosie was absolutely furious that I d borrowed her car without asking.… …   English dictionary

  • furious — 01. My father was [furious] when I dented his new car. 02. The cyclist pedalled [furiously] to get through the intersection before the light changed. 03. You d better not tell your brother you broke his new CD player just yet; it would only… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • furious — fu|ri|ous [ˈfjuəriəs US ˈfjur ] adj [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: furieus, from Latin furia; FURY] 1.) very angry furious at/about ▪ Residents in the area are furious at the decision. furious with ▪ She was furious with herself for… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • furious — adjective 1 (not before noun) extremely angry: I ve never been so furious in my whole life. (+ with/at/about etc): He was furious with himself for not standing up to Gillman. 2 (only before noun) done with a lot of energy, effort, or anger: There …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • furious — furiously, adv. furiousness, n. /fyoor ee euhs/, adj. 1. full of fury, violent passion, or rage; extremely angry; enraged: He was furious about the accident. 2. intensely violent, as wind or storms. 3. of unrestrained energy, speed, etc.: furious …   Universalium


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