Translation of madness in Spanish:

madness

Pronunciation: /ˈmædnəs; ˈmædnɪs/

n

uncountable/no numerable
  • locura (f), demencia (f) that would be madness eso sería demencial, eso sería una locura
    More example sentences
    • I've long since given up on attempting to predict the behavior and madness of crowds.
    • The duo have been entertaining audiences all over the world for more than a decade with their musical madness and bizarre antics.
    • To introduce this sentiment into modern society would be madness.

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