Translation of rabid in Spanish:

rabid

Pronunciation: /ˈræbəd; ˈræbɪd/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 [dog/fox] rabioso
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    • As a result of haphazard and inadequate culling, there is now a plague of rabid foxes affecting villages and cities in an arc across the Alps from Austria, through Hungary, Slovenia and Slovakia to Poland.
    • You could get stitched up and receive rabies vaccinations if you got mauled by a rabid dog.
    • He went on to develop a rabies vaccine that was made from the spinal cords of rabid rabbits.
    1.2 [prejudice/hostility] virulento, feroz; [fascist/socialist] furibundo, rabioso
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    • There're idiots and rabid fanatics on both sides.
    • In the process, he has been hailed as a prescient genius and dismissed as a rabid extremist, but almost always recognised as a novelist of great power and originality.
    • Really, the rabid support for gun ownership stateside comes from an ideal that the people should be able to, if necessary, mount an armed resistance to a tyrannical and corrupt government for the purposes of revolution.

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