1 [U] wild and violent anger 狂怒; 暴怒
*speechless with fury 气得说不出话来.
2 [C] state or condition of extreme emotion, esp anger or excitement 愤怒; 激动
*He was in one of his uncontrollable furies. 他怒不可遏.
* She flew into a fury when I wouldn't lend her any money. 我不借给她钱, 她顿时勃然大怒.
3 [U] strength or violence of activity, weather, etc （活动、天气等的）激烈, 猛烈
*The fury of the storm abated. 暴风雨的威力已经减弱.
4 [C] fiercely angry person, esp a woman or girl 狂怒的人（尤指女子）; 泼妇.
5 the Furies [pl] (in Greek mythology) goddesses with snakes instead of hair, sent from the underworld to punish crime （希腊神话中）复仇女神.
6 (idm 习语) like fury (infml 口) with great effort, speed, concentration, etc 努力; 飞快; 全神贯注
*He ran like fury to catch the bus. 他拚命奔跑去追赶公共汽车.
1300-1400; Language: Old French;Origin:
furie, from Latin
furia, from furere; FUROR
extreme, often uncontrolled anger
= rage I was shaking with fury . Jenny stepped forward, her eyes blazing with fury . The report was leaked to the press, much to the president's fury. [singular]
a feeling of extreme anger 'Go on then!' shouted Jamie in a fury . 'See if I care!'a fury of sth
a state of very busy activity or strong feeling She was listening with such a fury of concentration that she did not notice Arthur had left. In a fury of frustration and fear Nina bit his hand.like furyinformal
with great effort or energy We went out and played like fury.[U]literary
used to describe very bad weather conditions At last the fury of the storm lessened.Fury
one of the three snake-haired goddesses in ancient Greek stories who punished crime
1. The storm showed elemental fury in its violence. 暴雨显示了大自然的狂暴力量。
2. She was filled with fury and could not speak. 她气得连话也说不出来.