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rage

  
  ( rages    plural & 3rd person present)   ( raging    present participle)   ( raged    past tense & past participle  )
1       n-var   Rage is strong anger that is difficult to control.   (=fury)  
He was red-cheeked with rage..., I flew into a rage...     
2       verb   You say that something powerful or unpleasant rages when it continues with great force or violence.  
Train services were halted as the fire raged for more than four hours...      V  
The war rages on and the time has come to take sides.      V on  
3       verb   If you rage about something, you speak or think very angrily about it.  
Monroe was on the phone, raging about her mistreatment by the brothers...      V about/against/at n  
Inside, Frannie was raging...      V  
`I can't see it's any of your business,' he raged.      V with quote  
4       n-uncount   You can refer to the strong anger that someone feels in a particular situation as a particular rage, especially when this results in violent or aggressive behaviour.  
n N  
Cabin crews are reporting up to nine cases of air rage a week.     
    road rage  
5       n-sing   When something is popular and fashionable, you can say that it is the rage or all the rage.  
INFORMAL   the N  
The 1950s look is all the rage at the moment.     
6   
    raging  


air rage     
Air rage is aggressive or violent behaviour by airline passengers.      n-uncount   oft N n  
Most air rage incidents involve heavy drinking.     
road rage     
Road rage is anger or violent behaviour caused by someone else's bad driving or the stress of being in heavy traffic.      n-uncount   oft N n  
...a road rage attack on a male motorist...     
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rage

  

      n  
1    agitation, anger, frenzy, fury, high dudgeon, ire, madness, mania, obsession, passion, rampage, raving, vehemence, violence, wrath  
2    craze, enthusiasm, fad     (informal)   fashion, latest thing, mode, style, vogue  
      vb  
3    be beside oneself, be furious, blow a fuse     (slang, chiefly U.S.)   blow one's top, blow up     (informal)   chafe, crack up     (informal)   flip one's lid     (slang)   fly off the handle     (informal)   foam at the mouth, fret, fume, go ballistic     (slang, chiefly U.S.)   go off the deep end     (informal)   go up the wall     (slang)   rant and rave, rave, see red     (informal)   seethe, storm, throw a fit     (informal)   wig out     (slang)  
4    be at its height, be uncontrollable, rampage, storm, surge  
  
Antonyms     
,       n  
1    acceptance, calmness, equanimity, gladness, good humour, joy, pleasure, resignation  
      vb  
3    accept, keep one's cool, remain unruffled, resign oneself to, stay calm  

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air rage, road rage, range, rag

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