Translation of berserk in Spanish:

berserk

Pronunciation /bərˈzərk/ /bərˈsərk/ /bəˈzəːk/ /bəˈsəːk/

adjective

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    to go berserk volverse loco
    • she'll go berserk when she finds out se va a poner hecha una furia / un basilisco cuando se entere
    • the audience went completely berserk when he came on stage el público se enloqueció cuando salió al escenario
    • After the match a section of the spectators went berserk and pandemonium raged.
    • A drunken holidaymaker who went berserk on a plane during a fit of air rage was today beginning a two-year jail sentence.
    • They went berserk, insane when the prices fell.
    • A policewoman told how she and her fellow officers were forced to use CS gas to control a man who went berserk in the town centre with a knife.
    • When Wayne hit the winning penalty everyone went berserk,’ he recalled.
    • ‘He said the guy, the gunman, just went berserk and started shooting everyone and he was unfortunately one of the ones who got shot in the legs,’ she said.
    • The camera flashbulbs glowed, and the crowd which were waiting patiently for the celebrity from Australia to arrive, went berserk.
    • A quiet street was left resembling a scrapyard after an irate motorist, apparently livid at not finding a parking spot outside his house, went berserk and smashed up all the cars on the street.
    • An airline flight was plunged into terror when a male passenger went berserk, attacking another passenger and the flight crew, it emerged last night.
    • On the journey home, he went berserk and vandalised the railway carriage - ‘a mute expression of a grief and rage too terrible to bear’.
    • On the way home the supporters, whose common sense has long been questioned, went berserk after they left the main stadium and robbed people on the street.
    • ‘I went berserk, argued, and flipped my shoe at the line judge,’ he writes.
    • At 6pm, the motorcycle taxi drivers went berserk and smashed the Toyota sedan as well as a police car parked in front of the police station.
    • I was there at his first fashion show and people went berserk!
    • The media went berserk, talking about how the values like freedom of expression were being compromised by some fanatics.
    • Their attacker went berserk, butting and punching their car in a bustling street before turning his attention to the two men.
    • Time after time Cromwell's men charged the Whitecoats, so much so they became exhilarated and went berserk.
    • These people however went berserk because we could not supply them with what they wanted.
    • As expected the crowd went berserk creating a wavelike effect, which looked awesome from where I was sitting.
    • My next door neighbours are driving me berserk.