English translation of 'maníaco'
maníacomaníaca [maˈniaku, a]
masculine noun, feminine noun
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'maníaco' in Other Languages
British English: maniac /ˈmeɪnɪˌæk/ NOUN
A maniac is a mad person who is violent and dangerous.
The room looked as if a maniac had been in there.
- American English: maniac
- Arabic: مَجْنُون
- Brazilian Portuguese: maníaco
- Chinese: 疯子
- Croatian: manijak
- Czech: maniak
- Danish: vanvittig person
- Dutch: maniak
- European Spanish: maníaco
- Finnish: raivohullu
- French: dingue
- German: Verrückter
- Greek: μανιακός
- Italian: folle
- Japanese: 狂人
- Korean: 미치광이
- Norwegian: gærning
- Polish: maniak
- European Portuguese: maníaco
- Romanian: maniac
- Russian: маньяк
- Spanish: maníaco
- Swedish: vettvilling
- Thai: คนคลั่ง
- Turkish: manyak
- Ukrainian: маніяк
- Vietnamese: người điên
British English: maniac ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone's behaviour as maniac, you are emphasizing that it is extremely foolish and uncontrolled.
A maniac driver sped 35 miles along the wrong side of a motorway at 110 mph.
British English: manic ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as manic, you mean that they do things extremely quickly or energetically, often because they are very excited or anxious about something.
He was really manic.
Translation of maníaco from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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