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maniac

  
a       adj   maníaco
b       n  
1    maníaco (-a)      m/f     
he drives like a maniac      conduce como un loco  
2      (fig)   (=enthusiast)   fanático (-a)      m/f  , maniático (-a)      m/f     
these sports maniacs      estos fanáticos or maniáticos del deporte  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
homicidal maniac exp.
maniaco con tendencias homicidas

Entry related to:homicidal

Additional comments:

Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
exp.
conduce como un loco
exp.
estos fanáticos {or} maniáticos del deporte
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'maniac' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
exp.
he's a maniac behind the wheel
"maniac": examples and translations in context
That one-eyed maniac just killed your friend. Ese tuerto maníaco acaba de matar a tu amiga.
Eighty-sixed by some maniac like Bullseye. Eliminado por un maníaco como Bullseye.
You run to the net like a maniac. Corres a la red como un loco.
Some maniac sliced him like a kielbasa. Hacked him in the shower. Algún loco lo cortó como si fuera una torta y lo ató a la ducha.
It'll be an honor to bring that maniac to justice. Será un honor llevar a ese maniático a la justicia.
She watched her boyfriend get butchered across the street by some maniac. Vio como un maniático descuartizaba a su novio enfrente.
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