Translation of rave in Spanish:
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
- 1.1 (talk deliriously) delirarExample sentences1.2 (talk, write enthusiastically)to rave
- The Prime Minister raved incoherently: ‘I see myself as the big fat spider in the corner of the room.’
- The Pythia would rave and babble incoherently.
- When he succeeded in waking us up, we had been completely incoherent, raving about caves and pigeons and dark unspeakable evil.
aboutsth/sb the critics raved about the new play los críticos pusieron a la nueva obra por las nubes everybody's raving about my new haircut a todos les ha encantado mi nuevo corte de peloExample sentences1.3 (talk angrily) despotricar*
- That said, nearly all the guests I spoke to raved about their excursions, claiming they were the highlight of their holiday.
- Salthouse had the critics raving about their last album ‘Dream by Day’.
- Critics are already raving about the new Channel Four programme ‘Shameless’, which hits the screen tonight.
- Sure, the lyrics are angry, bitter, raving, mad, obscene, and a 1000 other adjectives, but they don't change my opinion.
- He was then standing in the street ranting and raving and my dad asked him to move out the way, and the guy said he would be back.
- Mr Welling said: ‘The defendant telephoned her and he was abusive, ranting and raving.’
- 2 (British English/inglés británico) 2.1 (party)[ fiesta con música acid ] 2.2rave-up
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