English to Igbo Meaning of mad - ara

Mad :

ara, aghọtaghị Isi, eme ihe ike, oké iwe, uche mebiri, iwe, di ọku, Moody, uche gbasasịrị, ọhịa, Ẹyụrọde, mmanya na-egbu, kpụ ọkụ n'ọnụ, jijiji, ọtụtụ

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Definitions of mad in English
Adjective(1) roused to anger(2) affected with madness or insanity(3) marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion(4) very foolish
Examples of mad in English
(1) The sports establishment, of course, is attacking him like a pack of mad dogs.(2) The future scenario gives him carte blanche to run riot with all these mad ideas.(3) There is a fine line between taking the stance of Ebenezer Scrooge, skimping on our generosity to friends and relatives, and going absolutely mad with the plastic.(4) I ask her to at least tell me why she's mad at me and she says, ÔÇÿI'm sorry, I can't,ÔÇÖ and hangs up on me.(5) Fortunately, we're the only two people stupid enough to be out at that time in the morning and no one can witness the mad behaviour that is taking place in the bay.(6) The finale to our visit came the very next evening when we were taken on a VIP visit to the Regency Casino for a mad night of wild abandon at the slot machines.(7) Chimney sweep Steve Howard is so mad about vintage vehicles he has filled his driveway with fire engines - and even wants to buy his own plane.(8) He was too young to understand Akhenaten's mad ideas; many adults had problems comprehending them.(9) Life is mad with rushing from place to place and job to job.(10) Her claim is that the judgments you make of someone you're mad at, hurt by, or angry with, invariably apply to yourself.(11) He was being driven mad with all of this waiting.(12) Selena was more than mad at her daughter; she was furious.(13) I've disappeared countless times when I thought too many people thought I was mad or bad or loony.(14) I've never had a friend get so mad with me that they turn off the phone and not turn it back on for two days.(15) In the audience it was both a mad mayhem of frenetic bouncing and a sea of staring faces intrigued and in awe.(16) When I yell to get their attention, they get mad at me.
Related Phrases of mad
(1) go mad ::
gaa na ewere
(2) get mad ::
(3) mad about ::
(4) mad at ::
ara na
(5) mad cow ::
ehi ara
(6) gone mad ::
(7) mad dog ::
ara nkịta
(8) be mad ::
ibu ara
(9) very mad ::
ukwu ara
(10) going mad ::
ara na-agba
1. insane ::
2. angry ::
3. foolish ::
4. enthusiastic about ::
ịnụ ọkụ n'obi banyere
5. frenzied ::
6. brainsick ::
7. huffy ::
8. frantic ::
1. delighted ::
Obi Ụtọ
Different Forms
mad, madly, madness, mads
Word Example from TV Shows
Why would I be
mad at myself?

Why would I be MAD at myself?

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 15

people were gonna be mad at me.

people were gonna be MAD at me.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 7

with no one but this old bat
for company, I'd go mad.

with no one but this old bat for company, I'd go MAD.

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 4

where if I got home after that,
she would be mad.

where if I got home after that, she would be MAD.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 19

Our boys are ready.
Gonna be some
mad cheddar, yo.

Our boys are ready. Gonna be some MAD cheddar, yo.

Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 7

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