Translation of enrage in Spanish:

enrage

enfurecer, v.

Pronunciation /ɛnˈreɪdʒ//ɪnˈreɪdʒ//ɪnˈreɪdʒ//ɛnˈreɪdʒ/

transitive verb

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    enfurecer
    encolerizar
    • He delights in enraging his enemies.
    • The question of the food that children eat enrages me, as do the companies that produce television advertisements, which are, not to put too fine a point on it, full of outrageous lies from start to finish.
    • As one song led to another, I decided that there was no point leaving somewhere where I was having such a great time for somewhere which almost inevitably enrages me.
    • He was trying to tell us that this was for our own safety and that he had orders but I think he was also wary of enraging the crowd.
    • And that enrages me, because I have not read a single mainstream review that sought to appreciate Gibson's basic, powerful imagery on its own terms.
    • This will be a mammoth task as it risks enraging people already sceptical about the treaty.
    • Sigh… do I have to expound on the way this aggravates and enrages me?
    • What enrages me about the article is the comment that Catherine made regarding the use of services by architecture students.
    • It enrages me that they relentlessly makes programmes that pander to youth, when the majority of the population is over 45.
    • What enrages you now is not last night's bad behaviour but a lifetime of bad behaviour and the marriage is over.
    • On one occasion a very enraged customer was dragged screaming and shouting from the shop.
    • ‘Everything about her home enrages me,’ he snaps.