Translation for 'maniac' from English to Russian
NOUN   a maniac | maniacs
SYNO lunatic | madman | maniac | ...
маньяк {м} [тж. перен.]
maniac [also fig.]
маньячка {ж}maniac [female]
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Translation for 'maniac' from English to Russian

maniac [also fig.]
маньяк {м} [тж. перен.]псих.
maniac [female]
маньячка {ж}
Usage Examples English
  • A maniac with a history of child abuse takes to murdering women.
  • He grew estranged from Riel calling him a "dangerous maniac" following the Second Riel Rebellion.
  • Ash is chased through the woods, eventually defeating the maniac by fashioning a weapon from barbed wire and a stick and beating her to death with a rock.
  • It covers the events that take place one night in an old, rustic inn in Alabama, where four guests and three owners find themselves locked in by a homicidal maniac known as the Tin Man.
  • Similarly dare-devils may overcompensate for an inhibited aggressiveness, while narcissists may enjoy a feeling that nothing can happen to them, similar to what Aristotle termed the maniac.

  • 34.     The Flowers of Evil (December 31, 2006) Max gets commended in the paper for excellent police work, and finds himself targeted by a maniac in response.
  • After cleaning up, Joanne finally attempts to call the police (with the intention to make them believe the maniac killed her husband).
  • He headed investigative groups that engaged in the search for Rostov maniac Andrei Chikatilo and Smolensk maniac Vladimir Storozhenko.
  • He also had appearances in some films, such as an uncredited maniac in the Boris Karloff movie "Fear Chamber".
  • Carson continues to assist the Parkers in their search for Emily and the maniac.

  • A bank clerk's life becomes a nightmare because he fits the description of a maniac killer.
  • He was born in abject poverty in Barra Mansa; his mother struggled with alcohol addiction and his absent father was described as a dangerous maniac.
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