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What difference, if any, is there between between enrage and get somebody angry ?

New tax policy will do nothing but enrage people.
New tax policy will do nothing but get people angry.

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    Please edit your question to include any dictionary entries you checked, and the reasons those didn't resolve your confusion. – Nathan Tuggy Sep 3 '15 at 7:26
  • ell.stackexchange.com/questions/66047/… I took this question as an example – kyle Sep 3 '15 at 7:27
  • @NathanTuggy I don't think you get the site's question policy. I recommend you take a tour which I did when I register and saw this kind of question was given an example question on the site. ell.stackexchange.com/tour – kyle Sep 3 '15 at 7:36
  • The example question includes some idea of what the asker thinks the two words are about, a starting point. It's not necessarily quite as good as dictionary entries, but it's not bad. (I would recommend you refrain from telling other users what they do or do not understand about the site's policies until you have some experience here.) – Nathan Tuggy Sep 3 '15 at 7:43
  • @NathanTuggy I don't need experience and I would recommend you refrain from telling other users what they do or do not understand about the site's policies until you get it right – kyle Sep 3 '15 at 7:46
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New tax policy will do nothing but make (get) people angry.

New tax policy will do nothing but will make people very angry = enrage people.

  • so you mean the same ? – kyle Sep 3 '15 at 7:56
  • There's a difference between making somebody angry and making somebody very angry. – Khan Sep 3 '15 at 9:20
  • opps :)) sorry my eyes had lost between lines. got it now – kyle Sep 3 '15 at 9:22

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