Definition of 'enrage'
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But experts said the way the cash was split could enrage fans. The Sun (2012)He would not be the first British ambassador to enrage his host government with outspoken blogs. Times, Sunday Times (2011)That enraged the home crowd and the battling Lions fed off it. The Sun (2012)His allegations enraged the Argentine government. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But why enrage you further? Times, Sunday Times (2010)I slept through the whole thing, but it left my mother distraught and my father enraged. Times, Sunday Times (2006)IT'S a photo that will enrage hard-working football fans across Britain. The Sun (2012)The exploration has enraged the Argentinian government, which wants to have oil staff extradited for what it calls an illegal drilling campaign. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'enrage'
British English: enrage VERB
If you are enraged by something, it makes you extremely angry.
He was enraged by news of plans to demolish the cinema.
Definition of enrage from the Collins English Dictionary
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