Definition of go mad in English:

go mad

informal Allow oneself to get carried away by enthusiasm or excitement: let’s go mad and splash out
More example sentences
  • The audience went mad with excitement when the elephant stepped on to the stage.
  • Seeing their fans going mad as we played was one of the highlights of our time.
  • Keegan jogs out from behind the entrance curtains to the sound of Oasis classic ‘Rock and Roll Star’ and the home fans go mad for it.
become frenzied, become uncontrollable, lose control, erupt, boil over
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