Definition of 'madman'
Example sentences containing 'madman'
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For he is neither a madman nor a fool. Times, Sunday Times (2009)What do you expect if you spend your life running like a madman from side to side? Times, Sunday Times (2013)He was kicking and punching, his arms and legs flailing like a madman. The Sun (2008)He wanted to jump up and run outside, screaming like a madman. A Time of War (1993)I must have looked like a madman. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Stunned local detectives are under intense pressure to solve the crime, and they quickly decide they are looking for a lone madman. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I walked around the glacier in circles, like a madman. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I fled in horror, leapt into my car and drove like a madman. The Sun (2006)Just nosedive in it like a madman because I love to act and the money is real good. The Sun (2006)He said of realising he had won: 'I must have looked like a madman. The Sun (2015)Around this time somebody claims to have heard him shriek out, " like a madman '. BLOOD AGAINST THE SNOWS: The Tragic Story of Nepal's Royal Dynasty (2002)
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Translations for 'madman'
British English: madman /ˈmædmən/ NOUN
A madman is a man who is insane.
He wanted to jump up and run outside, screaming like a madman.
- American English: madman
- Arabic: مَجْنُوْنٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: louco
- Chinese: 疯子
- Croatian: luđak
- Czech: šílenec
- Danish: galning
- Dutch: dwaas
- European Spanish: loco
- Finnish: mielipuoli
- French: fou
- German: Verrückter
- Greek: τρελός
- Italian: pazzo
- Japanese: 気違い男
- Korean: 미친 사람
- Norwegian: galning
- Polish: obłąkaniec
- European Portuguese: louco
- Romanian: nebun
- Russian: сумасшедший
- Latin American Spanish: loco
- Swedish: galning
- Thai: คนบ้า
- Turkish: manyak
- Ukrainian: божевільний
- Vietnamese: người điên
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