Translation of volar in English:

volar

vi

  • 5 (AmS) [familiar/colloquial] (de rabia, fiebre) estaba que volaba de rabia she was beside herself with rage o with anger tiene una fiebre que vuela he has a really high temperature, he has a very bad fever

vt

  • 3 (Méx) [familiar/colloquial], (volver loco) to drive … mad si se lo dices, lo vuelas if you tell him, it'll drive him mad o he'll go crazy [colloquial/familiar]

volarse v pron

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