例句1. Keith′s rage is caused by frustration′
例句2. Toby flew into a rage at this remark′
1.Violent uncontrollable anger.
‘her face was distorted with rage '
2.A lively party.
‘the sound of the rage filled the campus'
‘An under-age rage will be the first event of the PCYC-based club.'
3.Prophetic, poetic, or martial enthusiasm or ardour.
‘Leaden Age, Quicken'd with Youthfull Spleene, and Warlike Rage '
4.A widespread temporary enthusiasm or fashion.
‘By the 1920s when this was filmed, this belief was widespread and all the rage .'
‘Chinese mysticism was all the rage in those days when Spiritualism was everywhere and seances were popular.'
‘Teeth-whitening is all the rage - increasing threefold over the past few years - for those who want a winning smile.'
‘At the height of the dotcom boom, cash shells were all the rage as fledgling companies with little more than an idea rushed to the stock market.'
‘computer games are all the rage '
5.A vehement desire or passion.
‘This rigid, yet elegant geometry asserts a rage for order.'
‘In the late 1770s a rage for stripes is found among the Americanophiles in France and in other countries hostile to England.'
‘There is, in Kant's philosophy, a rage for order that leads him to attempt to solve as many philosophical questions as possible through each distinct part of his system.'
‘A rage for opera had been growing in the country.'
‘a rage for absolute honesty informs much western art'
6.The violent action of a natural agency.
‘The heavens cry and moan as the wind's rage stirs up the burning tempest of the sky, tears are unleashed from the firmament, cold and tasteless.'
‘Michi's eyes reflected the uncontrolled rage of the sea, and the frigid savagery of ice.'
‘the rising rage of the sea'
7.Anger or aggression associated with conflict arising from a particular situation.
‘And in sport we've had surf rage and lane rage in swimming pools.'
‘Bron went to a battle rage as he attacked the Stalker.'
‘A recent journal article on desk rage identified shrinking workspaces as one pressure point in the office environment.'
‘A great noise of clanging metal filled the air, and filled Ivya with a type of battle rage as she rained down blows on her brother.'
‘office rage is on the increase'
8.Violent uncontrollable anger.
‘Ramirez was speechless, the rage building in him.'
‘I was shaking now, with rage , and anger, both at myself and at the accuser.'
‘No matter how neutral his face was, Chris' eyes burned with an almost uncontrollable rage .'
‘he flew into a rage '
9.A lively party.
‘Fate threw us together one night when we both were up for a bit of a rage and so went to see The Bird perform.'
1.A lively party.
‘he raged at the futility of it all'
2.Feel or express violent uncontrollable anger.
‘‘That's unfair!' Maggie raged '
‘My temper has been short to the point of exploding, I have raged at the smallest thing.'
‘She'd lost count of the number of times he had raged at her and in November 2002 she told him she was leaving the practice.'
‘Her parents raged at each other, as they often did in the middle of the night.'
3.Continue with great force or intensity.
‘the argument raged for days'
‘the children had to seek shelter while the storm raged '
‘at 3 a.m., the party was still raging '
‘The war was still raging and would continue to do so for some weeks.'
‘Students performed four scenes from the play, which is set at a time when civil war was raging in Ireland.'
4.(of an illness or fire) spread very rapidly or uncontrollably.
‘the great cholera epidemic which raged across Europe in 1831'
‘Thousands of acres of forest have also been lost to fires raging in Italy, where at least 60 heat-related deaths have been reported.'
‘With no fires raging , Williams had some time to share his lessons on the art of understanding fires and on what it takes to put them out.'
‘This spring I drove from southeast Arizona past the fires in the northern part of the state, and then by fires raging in New Mexico and Colorado.'
‘The US Defense Secretary was trying to make sense of early unconfirmed reports that fires were raging in the oil-rich fields in the south.'
5.(of an emotion) have or reach a high degree of intensity.
‘she couldn't hide the fear that raged within her'
‘Warren stopped reading and just stared at the page, a feeling of confusion raging through his body.'
‘Suddenly the flood of memories came to her and she frowned, anger raging within her.'
‘The anger boiled and raged even more inside of me.'
‘Loretta and Teresa had been gone a long time and Chandra's curiosity was raging .'
6.Enjoy oneself at a party or other lively gathering, typically with drinking and music.
‘we're gonna rage through the weekend'
‘After we played a festival there we went and raged at his house.'