English translation of 'furioso'
furiosofuriosa [fuˈrjozu, ɔza]
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'furioso' in Other Languages
British English: furious /ˈfjʊərɪəs/ ADJECTIVE
If someone is furious, they are extremely angry.
He is furious at the way his wife has been treated.
- American English: furious
- Arabic: مُحْتَدّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: furioso
- Chinese: 狂怒的
- Croatian: bijesan
- Czech: rozzuřený
- Danish: rasende
- Dutch: woedend
- European Spanish: furioso
- Finnish: raivostunut
- French: furieux
- German: wütend
- Greek: εξοργισμένος
- Italian: furioso
- Japanese: 怒り狂った
- Korean: 격노한
- Norwegian: rasende
- Polish: wściekły
- European Portuguese: furioso
- Romanian: furios
- Russian: взбешенный
- Spanish: furioso
- Swedish: rasande
- Thai: โกรธ
- Turkish: öfkeden çıldırmış
- Ukrainian: розлючений
- Vietnamese: điên tiết
British English: livid ADJECTIVE
Someone who is livid is extremely angry.
I am absolutely livid about it.
British English: raging ADJECTIVE
Raging water moves very forcefully and violently.
The field trip involved crossing a raging torrent.
British English: worked up ADJECTIVE
If someone is worked up, they are angry or upset.
He shouted at her. He was really worked up now.
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