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She found the photos on my phone and ranted and raved for hours. The Sun (2016)He rants about restaurants that serve burgers on a brioche bun, rather than something capable of absorbing the grease. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Witnesses said that the women filmed themselves ranting before launching themselves at their victim. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Angry rants about the boss end up in his inbox. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They will swear at them and rant and rave. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Which means less ranting and raving when you get home. The Sun (2009)He would rant and rave and shout. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There would be a four-minute rant about toast. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Yet if you focused on sound rather than meaning this rant wasn't remotely toxic. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It's refreshing to hear a celeb go on a rant and actually mean it. The Sun (2015)I could rant for hours about the indignities of modern flying. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He then posted a big rant about why he put the track online, which has since been removed. The Sun (2015)He rants about the monarchy. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But don't rant or rave. The Sun (2011)Classic examples are romantic messages meant for your boyfriend that go to your mum and rants about your boss... to your boss. The Sun (2013)The boss locked them in and launched into a rant like the TV comedy character. The Sun (2008)I spotted a Cayenne and launched into my rant. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She has cajoled, charmed, nagged and ranted to get her way for her son. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And this setback led to a dressing-room rant from boss Ince. The Sun (2008)He doesn't do anything by the book, yet his classes and rants mean more than textbook lectures about civil rights. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The TV and radio regular rants about fatherhood, the service industry and democracy. Times, Sunday Times (2009)

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Translations for 'rant'

British English: rant VERB
If you say that someone rants, you mean that they talk loudly or angrily, and exaggerate or say foolish things.
As the boss began to rant, I stood up and went out.

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