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What does "mad" mean?

NATHANIEL

In English

I have googled on 2 languages ​​so from English to 2 different languages ​​and at one came crazy out and in German was angry. What is right?

Jacqueline

Google does not "just like", look into a good dictionary. For example:

https://en.pons.com/%C3%BCBRSetage/englisch-deutsch/mad

or in this:

https://www.dict.cc/englisch-deutsch/mad.html

PS: in English

Greeting, Earnest

Andrew

Both are correct.

"Hey is a mad man." -> He is a crazier.

"Do not be mad at me." -> Do not be angry with me.

ANA

both.

Examples:

What a Mad Day! - What a crazy day!

He's Mad AT ME. - He is angry with me.

Sheldon

Both are right, it depends on the context.

Christian

HTTPS: //dictionary.cambridge.org/en/werbuch/englisch/mad

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