动词过去式:raged 过去分词:raged 现在分词:raging 第三人称单数:rages
1 [U, C]
(a) (fit of) violent anger （一阵）狂怒; 盛怒（之爆发）
*trembling with rage 气得直哆嗦
* white/livid with rage 气得脸色发白[发青]
* be in/fly into a (towering) rage 勃然大怒
* Her rages don't last long. 她发脾气很快就消气.
(b) (fig 比喻) (instance of) violence in nature 大自然的狂暴
*The storm's rage continued. 暴风雨肆虐不已.
2 (idm 习语) all the fashion/rage => fashion.
1 (a) [I, Ipr] ~ (at/against sb/sth) show violent anger 大发脾气; 动怒
*He raged against me for disagreeing. 他因我有异议对我大发雷霆.
* I raged for hours at the decision. 我对这个决定几小时怒不可遏.
(b) [I] (of storms, fires, battles, etc) continue violently （指暴风雨、火势、战斗等）猛烈地继续下去.
2 [I, Ipr] (esp of illnesses) spread rapidly （尤指疾病）迅速蔓延
*A flu epidemic raged through the school for weeks. 流感在这所学校里蔓延了几个星期.
The Randolph outrage is the act of pulling someone else's nose in order to insult him. This was sometimes used as a way to provoke a challenge to a duel.
1. Explosions of rage pump up the brain's arousal system, leaving you more angry, not less. 怒气的爆发激起了大脑的兴奋系统，使人更加愤怒，而不是相反。
2. What should you do to relieve rage? 该怎样来缓解怒气呢？
3. He was champing with rage at the delay. 他对这一延误著急上火.
4. He went into a paroxysm of rage. 他勃然大怒.
5. His rage was beyond restraint. 他怒不可遏。
6. So mobile phones have become the rage among businesspeople, who can remain in contact despite the traffic jams. 因此移动电话在商界成为时尚，使人们在交通堵塞时也能与外界保持联系。
7. Of all the moods that people want to escape, rage seems to be the hardest to deal with. 在所有人们想要避免的情绪中，怒气似乎最难处理。
8. One myth is that voicing your rage will make you feel better. 一种说法是把愤怒说出来会使人好受些。