English to French Meaning :: enrage

mettre en fureur, mettre en rage, rendre furieux
Enrage :
mettre en rage
- mettre en ragefurieuxenragésenrageant
 
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Verb(1) put into a rage; make violently angry

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(1) What enrages you now is not last night's bad behaviour but a lifetime of bad behaviour and the marriage is over.(2) He delights in enraging his enemies.(3) The question of the food that children eat enrages me, as do the companies that produce television advertisements, which are, not to put too fine a point on it, full of outrageous lies from start to finish.(4) What enrages me about the article is the comment that Catherine made regarding the use of services by architecture students.(5) SighÔǪ do I have to expound on the way this aggravates and enrages me?(6) This will be a mammoth task as it risks enraging people already sceptical about the treaty.(7) And that enrages me, because I have not read a single mainstream review that sought to appreciate Gibson's basic, powerful imagery on its own terms.(8) On one occasion a very enraged customer was dragged screaming and shouting from the shop.(9) It enrages me that they relentlessly makes programmes that pander to youth, when the majority of the population is over 45.(10) ÔÇÿEverything about her home enrages me,ÔÇÖ he snaps.(11) He was trying to tell us that this was for our own safety and that he had orders but I think he was also wary of enraging the crowd.(12) As one song led to another, I decided that there was no point leaving somewhere where I was having such a great time for somewhere which almost inevitably enrages me.
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(1) enrage ::
mettre en rage
Synonyms
Verb
1. anger ::
colère
2. infuriate ::
exaspérer
3. incense ::
encens
4. madden ::
se mettre en colère
5. inflame ::
enflammer
6. antagonize ::
contrarier
7. provoke ::
provoquer
8. exasperate ::
exaspérer
10. drive up the wall ::
monter le mur
11. make someone see red ::
faire quelqu'un voir rouge
14. get someone's back up ::
obtenir le dos de quelqu'un
15. get someone's dander up ::
obtenir la squames de quelqu'un
16. tick off ::
cocher
17. piss off ::
faire chier
Antonyms
1. delight ::
délice
2. gratify ::
satisfaire
3. please ::
S'il vous plaît
Different Forms
enrage, enraged, enrages, enraging
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