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You’ll think I’m mad – I’ve just left my job.
You’re mad to spend so much money on clothes.
He makes me mad, the way he keeps criticizing me all the time.
My boss is mad with me for missing the meeting.
There were people everywhere – it was all a bit mad!
It was a mad rush to get the job finished.
Please stop making that banging noise – it’s driving me mad!
He drives me mad with his constant criticizing.
The waiting crowd went mad when she stepped out of the car.
I would go mad if I had to stay in bed for three weeks.
We had to work like mad to finish the job before the weekend.
Mad with grief, he started smashing plates on the floor.
You must be mad to sell that beautiful house.
This is the British English definition of mad. View American English definition of mad.