Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Rage"

The meaning of "Rage" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does rage issues mean?
A: Rage is a very intense, uncontrolled anger.

An issue is a big problem.
Q: What does rages mean?
A: Rage as noun means a strong feeling of anger that is difficult to control / a sudden expression of violent anger / something that is suddenly very popular.

-Her note to him was full of rage.
-He was shaking with rage.
-She was seized by a murderous rage.

Rage as verb means to talk in an extremely angry way / to shout loudly and angrily / to happen or continue in a destructive, violent, or intense way.

-She raged about the injustice of their decision.
-The manager raged at the umpire.
-A storm was raging outside, but we were warm and comfortable indoors.
Q: What does When she gets drunk, she takes her rage out on the car. mean?
A: Well, it could mean a lot of things xD But know this: taking out "something" on "another thing" means you make the second thing a target for the first thing.

So since in this case, it is rage, then we assume it is hitting or smashing (beating is used for animate things) her car. Or she could do it some other way like you suggested. The sentence doesn't explain how she takes out her rage.
Q: What does rage mean?
A: extreme anger....
Q: What does rage mean?
A: Rage is an emotional state. A wild and uncontrolled anger that often leads to shouting, violence or other such strong reactions.

Example sentences using "Rage"

Q: Please show me example sentences with all the rage.
A: “This dance is very popular now. It’s al the rage.”

“He has a new haircut that is all the rage in the magazines.”

“Those shoes are all the rage at the fashion shows this year.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with rage.
A: He/She was filled with rage.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "rage" and "raging".
A: She could not conceal her rage, I was able to sense that she was very angy.
He unleashed his rage as he smashed the window glass.

The raging wind and thunder were the reason she was crouching in the corner during the storm
Q: Please show me example sentences with rage.
A: 1. Violent uncontrolled anger.
2. A current fashion or fad.
3. To act or speak in heightened anger.
Q: Please show me example sentences with 色の慣用表現 (ex: go purple with rage).
A: Green with envy.

Synonyms of "Rage" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between She raged towards me and She raced towards me ?
A: Rage if an extreme form of anger, if someone is raging towards I would suggest running in the opposite direction.
Raced towards me is past tens of running towards you, very nice once she is not raging as well.....
Q: What is the difference between Remember my rage. and Remember my anger. ?
A: rage and anger are different words with the same meaning.
Q: What is the difference between anger/angry and rage ?
A: anger and rage are nouns while angry is a verb. But they basically mean the same thing, they're just used differently.

Ex: He was very angry.

He has a lot of anger and rage
Q: What is the difference between rage and outrage ?
A: 'Rage' is fury or anger and often leads to destruction or injury.

'Outrage' is simply disgust concerning a specific event which sometimes leaves to positive action to remedy the disturbing event.
Q: What is the difference between all the rage and in fashion and trending ?
A: They are the same thing! "All the rage" is an older phrase though. Most people use "trending".

Translations of "Rage"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Flew into a rage
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? rage
A: “Rage”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? rage
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? rage de dent
A: Toothache

Other questions about "Rage"

Q: I was in a rage because of taking my luggage. Does this sound natural?
A: I'm guessing by the context that you mean something along the lines of

"I was angry because someone took my luggage"

I don't really know what you mean by the statement you've typed but I'm guessing.

You could also use

"I was in rage because somebody took my luggage"

Since "was" is already in past tense, you could denote the verb in the past tense as well (not applied on every statement) since the event happened at a short span of interval.

Q: What does ”Gotta get that rage blood pumping in the audience” mean in this tweet?

Gotta get that rage blood pumping in the audience
A: Rage is anger. Anger is also associated with increased blood flow in the body. Here, it simply means that he/she wants to keep the audience angry or full of excitement.
Q: what does it mean to "rage quit"?
A: Rage-quit: stop playing a game out of an anger towards an event that transpired within the game.
Q: What does 'get one's rage on' mean?
A: making someone mad

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