English translation of 'delirar'
1. (com febre) to be delirious
2. (de ódio, prazer) to go mad, go wild
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'delirar' in Other Languages
British English: rave /reɪv/ VERB
If someone raves, they talk in an excited and uncontrolled way.
`What is wrong with you, acting like that?' she raved.
I saw a picture of him raving at a referee.
- American English: rave
- Arabic: يَهْذي
- Brazilian Portuguese: delirar
- Chinese: 咆哮
- Croatian: buncati
- Czech: blouznit
- Danish: tale i vildelse
- Dutch: razen
- European Spanish: delirar
- Finnish: houria
- French: délirer
- German: toben
- Greek: παραληρώ
- Italian: vaneggiare
- Japanese: わめく
- Korean: 종잡을 수 없는 말을 하다
- Norwegian: snakke over (seg)
- Polish: wrzasnąć w delirium
- European Portuguese: delirar
- Romanian: a delira
- Russian: бредить
- Spanish: delirar
- Swedish: tala lyriskt om
- Thai: พูดเพ้อเจ้อ
- Turkish: abuk sabuk konuşmak
- Ukrainian: говорити безладно
- Vietnamese: nói như điên như dại
Translation of delirar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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