a fit of anger
she is in a wax about the delay to the wedding
(of the moon between new and full) have a progressively larger part of its visible surface illuminated, increasing its apparent size.
begin to speak or write about something in the specified manner
they waxed lyrical about the old days
a sticky yellowish mouldable substance secreted by honeybees as the material of a honeycomb; beeswax.
used in reference to records
he didn't get on wax until 1959
cover or treat (something) with wax or a similar substance, typically to polish or protect it
I washed and waxed the floor
make a recording of
he waxed a series of tracks that emphasized his lead guitar work