EN furiously
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{adverb}

1. general

furiously (also: ferociously)

2. "angrily"

furiously (also: stormily, wildly)
China ha reaccionado con furia.
furiously (also: angrily, militantly)
The ever-present and unpredictable Birds of Prey fly furiously through the world of Mystère.
Las siempre presentes e impredecibles Aves de Presa vuelan furiosamente por el mundo de Mystère.
They collectively consider everyone who furiously fought socialism to be resistance fighters and democrats.
Colectivamente describen a todo el que luchara furiosamente contra el socialismo como luchadores de la resistencia y demócratas.

3. "violently, intensely"

Then Mr Blair in the UK started signalling furiously that there were redline issues for him in the IGC - on tax, on defence and social security.
Blair en el Reino Unido empezó a señalar frenéticamente que para él había temas de vital importancia en la CIG: impuestos, defensa y seguridad social.

Context sentences for "furiously" in Spanish

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EnglishThe larger groups in the EP are furiously working on the problem of pensions.
Los grupos más grandes del PE amenazan con volver a considerar a la problemática de las pensiones.
EnglishParliament has worked furiously to make substantial improvements to the comitology system.
El Parlamento ha trabajado denodadamente para realizar mejoras notables al sistema de comitología.
Englishthey were furiously remonstrating with each other
Englishthe phones started ringing furiously
Englishthe sea seethed furiously
EnglishAnyone who knows me knows that I fight furiously against subsidies of all kinds, for distortions of competition follow hard on their heels, as a rule.
El que me conoce sabe que lucho con ira contra las subvenciones de cualquier clase porque de las mismas siempre surgen distorsiones de la competencia.