Translation of madness in Spanish:


locura, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈmædnəs//ˈmadnəs/


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    locura feminine
    demencia feminine
    that would be madness eso sería una locura
    • To introduce this sentiment into modern society would be madness.
    • It was absolute madness, yet at the same time, it seemed like such an irresistible notion.
    • I've long since given up on attempting to predict the behavior and madness of crowds.
    • How do you tell where legitimate protest, in a sensible cause, shades into madness?
    • He wanted to stop this madness, prevent these kids from getting into serious trouble.
    • Judge Tom O'Donnell said that for Dunne to walk into a bar even with a toy gun was an act of absolute and utter madness.
    • I would have pure madness to contend with and no guide-lines for appropriate behavior.
    • This hilarious night of comedy and madness would also make a perfect Christmas party night.
    • It seems that folly knows no nationality, and ‘the madness of crowds’ is universal.
    • The duo have been entertaining audiences all over the world for more than a decade with their musical madness and bizarre antics.
    • I felt that to enter the wreck below decks at this depth would be madness, even though interesting brass items shone below me in my torchlight.
    • This is plain and simple madness and the people behind it have real influence.
    • Given the madness and, some say, the sheer stupidity of the event, the number of fatalities is quite low.