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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

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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
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"maniac": examples and translations in context
That one-eyed maniac just killed your friend. Ese tuerto maníaco acaba de matar a tu amiga.
Escaped maniac, case number A-469W. Un maníaco fugitivo, caso número A-469W.
Man answering description of escaped maniac just seen at 16th and Hill. Hombre que responde a la descripción del loco fugitivo en la 16 y Hill.
About the only maniac I know is you. Tú eres el único loco que conozco.
This maniac definitely has an influence over these people. Este maniático tiene una influencia sobre esta gente.
And she thinks some maniac's following her around. Y cree que algún maniático la está siguiendo.
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