Definition of enrage in English:

enrage

Syllabification: en·rage
Pronunciation: /enˈrāj
 
/

verb

[with object] (usually be enraged)

Origin

late 15th century (formerly also as inrage): from French enrager, from en- 'into' + rage 'rage, anger'.

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