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road rage

[ rohd-reyj ]
/ ˈroʊd ˌreɪdʒ /
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noun
a fit of violent anger by the driver of an automobile, especially one directed toward and endangering other motorists or pedestrians.
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Origin of road rage

First recorded in 1985–90; probably by analogy with slightly earlier roid rage
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British Dictionary definitions for road rage

road rage

noun
aggressive behaviour by a motorist in response to the actions of another road user
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