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like mad

1. a lot like crazy The competition is growing like mad in this field.
2. very quickly like crazy My poor heart is beating like mad.
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like mad

  (informal)
if something hurts like mad it hurts very much, and if you do something like mad you do it very quickly and with a lot of force This cut stings like mad. I braked like mad but couldn't stop in time and hit the car in front.
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like mad

verb
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like mad

Informal
1. Wildly; impetuously: drove like mad.
2. To an intense degree or great extent: worked like mad; snowing like mad.
See also: like, mad