mad about

mad about (someone or something)

1. Very enthusiastically fond of someone or something. Teri is just mad about her new boyfriend and won't stop talking about him. Ever since she started taking lessons as a kid, Amy has been mad about tennis.
2. Upset or angry about something. I can tell Perry is mad about something, but he won't tell me what it is. Is Luanne still mad about me missing her recital?
See also: mad

mad about

Also, mad for. See crazy about.
See also: mad
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10 -- After the tremendous success of last year's Mad About Science event, The Shriram Millennium School NOIDA, once again celebrated Science in a new avatar - the 'Mad About Science ++', in a bustling event on the school premises.
Uttara Singh thanked the parent community of the school for their unmitigated participation and involvement in the Mad About Science++.
The constant stream of visitors at The Shriram Millennium School, were awe struck by the sheer magnitude, excitement, action and uniqueness of the event - Mad About Science++.
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20 -- Micromax had launched the 'Mad About Ads' teaser, recently and has now announced its first smartphone with the Mad app pre-installed called the Micromax MAd A94.
And, in celebration of the collection, (http://www.amctv.com/shows/mad-men) AMCTV will host three online 'Mad About Style' webisodes, which feature Byrant and Kneen.
He gets mad about little things, but he also is already talking about the future.
On Seinfeld, on Mad About You, on Ellen, on Friends, most of what fills the plot line and focuses the action, such as it is, are trivial "McGuffins" of small talk and mixed messages.
The Mad About You couple is married, but they have about as much stability as any college couple sharing an off-campus apartment for the term.
Sure, it would be nice to think we could all just hang out in comfortable apartments (the Seinfeld and Mad About You pads, with their bicycles hung on walls and lines of breakfast cereals visible from the living room, are a far cry from the plush homes of the Cleavers and Huxtables, but they aren't refrigerator cartons under a bridge, either).
20 -- Are you the person who is MAd about advertisements?