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Mad - Wikipedia
Mad, mad, or MAD may refer to: Mad (village), a village in the Dunajská Streda District of Slovakia. Mád, a village in Hungary. Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport, by IATA airport code. Mad River (disambiguation), several rivers. Mad (band), a rock band from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
mad - Wiktionary
From Middle English mad, madde, madd, medd, from Old English ġemǣdd, ġemǣded ("enraged"), past participle of ġemǣdan, *mǣdan ("to make insane or foolish"), from Proto-Germanic *maidijaną ("to change; damage; cripple; injure; make mad"), from Proto-Germanic *maidaz...
Urban Dictionary: mad
Most predominantly used in the greater New York area, "mad" is an appropriate replacement for Northern California's "hella" and Boston's "wicked." In the common vernacular, it translates into "a lot"...
Mad | Definition of Mad at Dictionary.com
verb (used with object), mad·ded, mad·ding. Archaic. to make mad. Idioms for mad. like mad, Informal. with great haste, impulsiveness, energy, or enthusiasm: She ran like mad to catch the bus.
Mad - definition of mad by The Free Dictionary
Define mad. mad synonyms, mad pronunciation, mad translation, English dictionary definition of mad. abbr. mutually assured destruction adj. mad·der , mad·dest 1. Angry; resentful...
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Mad definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary
Mad definition: Someone who is mad has a mind that does not work in a normal way, with the result that... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
Mad | Definition of Mad by Merriam-Webster
Mad definition is - arising from, indicative of, or marked by mental disorder —not used technically. 3 informal : intensely angry or displeased What are you so mad about? Everyone was mad about the...