rasend, tollwütig, wütend, wild, toll, fanatisch
Adjective(1) of or infected by rabies(2) marked by excessive enthusiasm for and intense devotion to a cause or idea
(1) Unfortunately, reality is: if one reaches out to pet a rabid dog, no amount of wishful, pretty thinking will keep that dog from biting you.(2) ├ö├ç├┐My Indian idyll came to an end four years after Independence because of a panther and a rabid dog,├ö├ç├û she wrote years later.(3) As a result of haphazard and inadequate culling, there is now a plague of rabid foxes affecting villages and cities in an arc across the Alps from Austria, through Hungary, Slovenia and Slovakia to Poland.(4) For as long as anyone can remember, Indonesian supporters have been infamous, rabid in their encouragement of winners and cruel in their criticism of the vanquished.(5) There's a small, but rabid group of fanatical followers.(6) In some instances, such as the eugenic movement, rabid prejudice against so-called racial inferiors combined with a belief in human progress.(7) Televised sports events now evoke maniacal, raucous, rabid and even aggressive sentiments against rival nations or neighbours.(8) You could get stitched up and receive rabies vaccinations if you got mauled by a rabid dog.(9) Normally wolves would not be a problem, but a rabid wolf had been shot near the town only days before and we could see that our guide and the others were visibly worried about a possible attack.(10) Over the course of the years most of my rabid political beliefs have been tempered somewhat by increasing understanding of the situation.(11) It is to do with culture, they argue, and to keep indigenous populations from feeling ├ö├ç├┐swamped├ö├ç├û and thus prey to rabid extremists.(12) There're idiots and rabid fanatics on both sides.(13) Rutgers fans speak with envy of Midwest football schools such as Nebraska, where the fan support is rabid and the local kids stick around.(14) On the night of 14 April, as he sat with his wife at Ford's Theatre in Washington, he was shot by John Wilkes Booth, an actor and rabid Confederate supporter.(15) In the process, he has been hailed as a prescient genius and dismissed as a rabid extremist, but almost always recognised as a novelist of great power and originality.(16) A person who is bitten by a rabid animal but given treatment with rabies vaccines can expect not to develop rabies.
(1) rabid dog :: tollwütiger Hund
1. rabies-infected ::
2. extreme ::
3. fanatic ::
Different Formsrabid, rabidly, rabidness
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