rabia


rabia
f.
1 rage (ira).
me da rabia it makes me mad
me da rabia no haber podido ayudarles it's so annoying o frustrating not having been able to help them
¡qué rabia! how annoying!
“¡déjame!”, dijo con rabia “leave me alone,” she said angrily
¿dónde dejo esto? — donde más rabia te dé where shall I put this? — wherever you like
compra el que más rabia te dé buy whichever one you like o fancy
2 rabies.
pres.indicat.
3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: rabiar.
imperat.
2nd person singular (tú) Imperative of Spanish verb: rabiar.
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rabia
nombre femenino
1 MEDICINA rabies
2 figurado (enfado) rage, fury, anger
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FRASEOLOGÍA
dar rabia to make furious
aquella pregunta me dio mucha rabia that question made me absolutely furious
¡qué rabia! familiar how annoying!
tener rabia a alguien not to be able to stand the sight of somebody
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noun f.
rage
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SF
1) (Med) rabies
2) (=ira) fury, anger

me da rabia — it makes me mad o infuriates me

¡qué rabia! — (=ira) isn't it infuriating!; (=pena) what a pity!

con rabia —

llueve con rabia — it's raining with a vengeance

es fea con rabia — she's as ugly as sin *

3) (=antipatía)

tener rabia a algn — to have a grudge against sb, have it in for sb *

el maestro le tiene rabia — the teacher has it in for him *, the teacher doesn't like him

tomar rabia a algn/algo — to take a dislike to sb/sth

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femenino
1) (enfermedad) rabies
2)
a) (expresando fastidio)

me da una rabia tener que irme! — it's really annoying that I have to leave

no sabes la rabia que me da que ... — you've no idea how much it annoys o irritates me that ...

qué rabia! — how annoying!

b) (furor, ira) anger, fury

con rabia — angrily, in a rage

c) (antipatía, manía)

tenerle rabia a alguien — to have it in for somebody (colloq)

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= fury, rage, rabies, hydrophobia, bile.
Ex. In a painfully detailed letter to the editor, Lespran allowed vent for her fury.
Ex. Librarians would find their jobs a lot easier if they were relieved of the responsibility of being all things to all people, and should encouraged to accept their own human fallibility and express their rage, frustration, and fears.
Ex. The author presents a discussion of endemic tropical diseases including cholera, dengue fever, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, malaria, meningitis, rabies, tapeworms, travelers' diarrhea, typhoid fever, and yellow fever.
Ex. Hydrophobia (fear of water) was once an alternative name for rabies as the victim has violent spasms when he sees or tries to drink water.
Ex. It would merely give him the opportunity to pour out his bile.
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* barbotar de rabia = sputter with + rage.
* dar rabia = incense, gall, peeve.
* farfollar de rabia = sputter with + rage.
* mascullar de rabia = sputter with + rage.
* ojos + brillar de rabia = eyes + glint with + rage.
* tenerle rabia a Alguien = have + it in for + Nombre.
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femenino
1) (enfermedad) rabies
2)
a) (expresando fastidio)

me da una rabia tener que irme! — it's really annoying that I have to leave

no sabes la rabia que me da que ... — you've no idea how much it annoys o irritates me that ...

qué rabia! — how annoying!

b) (furor, ira) anger, fury

con rabia — angrily, in a rage

c) (antipatía, manía)

tenerle rabia a alguien — to have it in for somebody (colloq)

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= fury, rage, rabies, hydrophobia, bile.

Ex: In a painfully detailed letter to the editor, Lespran allowed vent for her fury.

Ex: Librarians would find their jobs a lot easier if they were relieved of the responsibility of being all things to all people, and should encouraged to accept their own human fallibility and express their rage, frustration, and fears.
Ex: The author presents a discussion of endemic tropical diseases including cholera, dengue fever, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, malaria, meningitis, rabies, tapeworms, travelers' diarrhea, typhoid fever, and yellow fever.
Ex: Hydrophobia (fear of water) was once an alternative name for rabies as the victim has violent spasms when he sees or tries to drink water.
Ex: It would merely give him the opportunity to pour out his bile.
* barbotar de rabia = sputter with + rage.
* dar rabia = incense, gall, peeve.
* farfollar de rabia = sputter with + rage.
* mascullar de rabia = sputter with + rage.
* ojos + brillar de rabia = eyes + glint with + rage.
* tenerle rabia a Alguien = have + it in for + Nombre.

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rabia
feminine
A (enfermedad) rabies
B
1
(expresando fastidio): ¡me da una rabia tener que irme tan pronto! it's really annoying that I have to leave so soon
no sabes la rabia que me da que nunca llegues a tiempo you've no idea how much it annoys o irritates me that you're never on time
¡qué rabia! how maddening o annoying o infuriating!
donde/cuando/el que más rabia te dé (fam); wherever/whenever/whichever you like
siéntate donde más rabia te dé sit wherever you like
elige el que más rabia te dé take whichever one you like
2 (furor, ira) anger, fury
cerró la puerta con rabia she slammed the door angrily o in a rage
3
(antipatía, manía): tenerle rabia a algn to have it in for sb (colloq)
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Del verbo rabiar: (conjugate rabiar)

rabia es:

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente indicativo

2ª persona singular (tú) imperativo

Multiple Entries:
rabia    
rabiar
rabia sustantivo femenino
1 (enfermedad) rabies
2
a) (expresando fastidio):

no sabes la rabia que me da you've no idea how much it annoys o irritates me;

¡qué rabia! how annoying!
b) (furor, ira) anger, fury;

tener rabia to be angry;

con rabia angrily, in a rage
c) (antipatía, manía):

tenerle rabia a algn to have it in for sb (colloq)

rabiar (conjugate rabiar) verbo intransitivo (de furor, envidia):
el jefe está que rabia contigo the boss is furious with you;

no lo hagas rabia don't annoy him
rabia sustantivo femenino
1 (fastidio) ¡qué rabia!, how annoying!
2 (ira) fury, anger
con rabia, in a rage
3 Med rabies sing
4 fam (manía) dislike
tenerle rabia a alguien, to have it in for sb
rabiar vi fam
1 (de enfado, disgusto, etc) to be furious with sthg o sb: no le hagas rabiar, don't torment him
2 (de dolor) to be in great pain, suffer terribly
3 (de deseo) to long for, be dying for: rabiaba por ir a esa fiesta, she was dying to go to that party
♦ Locuciones: a rabiar, terribly: le gusta el dulce a rabiar, he's crazy about o loves sweets

'rabia' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
coraje
- desahogarse
- disimular
- estallar
- obcecar
- ofuscar
- palidecer
- patatús
- bronca
- enrojecer
- furor
- llorar
- más
- rabiar
English:
beside
- blind
- clench
- outburst
- pent-up
- rabies
- rage
- shake
- sickening
- stir up
- take out
- vaccinate
- vent
- wild
- annoying
- begrudge
- make
- sicken
- speechless
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rabia nf
1. [enfermedad] rabies [singular]
2. [enfado] rage;
me da rabia it makes me mad;
me da rabia no haber podido ayudarles it's so annoying o frustrating not having been able to help them;
¡qué rabia! how annoying!;
¡qué rabia que no haya podido despedirme de ella! I'm so annoyed I wasn't able to say goodbye to her!;
“¡déjame!”, dijo con rabia “leave me alone,” she said angrily;
¿dónde dejo esto? – donde más rabia te dé where shall I put this? – wherever you like;
compra el que más rabia te dé buy whichever one you like o Br fancy
3. [antipatía]
me tienen rabia they've got something against me
4. [furia] fury;
el equipo empezó a atacar con rabia the team started attacking furiously
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rabia
f MED rabies sg ;
dar rabia a alguien make s.o. mad;
¡qué rabia! how annoying!;
tener rabia a alguien have it in for s.o.
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rabia nf
1) hidrofobia: rabies, hydrophobia
2) : rage, anger
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rabia n (ira) anger / rage
me miró con rabia he looked at me angrily
dar rabia to make angry
me dio mucha rabia que no me invitase I was very angry that she didn't invite me

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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