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English definition of “crazed”

crazed

adjective     /kreɪzd/
behaving in a wild or strange way, especially because of strong emotions or extreme pain: a crazed expression He became crazed with anger/jealousy/pain. The horses bolted, crazed with fear.Of unsound mindStupid and silly
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