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nuts

adjective [not gradable]  /nʌts/ infml us  
crazy, foolish, or strange: You’re nuts if you think you can go mountain climbing in a snowstorm. If you are nuts about or nuts over someone or something, you are very enthusiastic about that person or thing: He’s nuts about his new granddaughter.
Translations of “nuts”
in Korean 미친…
in Arabic مَجنون…
in Portuguese doido, pirado…
in Catalan boig…
in Japanese いかれた…
in Italian pazzo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 睪丸…
in Russian чокнутый…
in Turkish kaçık, deli, fıttırık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 睾丸…
in Polish szalony…
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