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gaga

adjective uk   /ˈɡɑː.ɡɑː/ informal us  

gaga adjective (MENTALLY UNCLEAR)

unable to think clearly and make decisions because of old age: My granny's 94 and she's a bit gaga. I know I'm 73 but I haven't gone gaga yet!
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gaga adjective (IN LOVE)

[after verb] having a strong but usually temporary love for someone: She's totally gaga about/over him! Just standing near her makes him go gaga!
Translations of “gaga”
in Chinese (Traditional) 糊塗的, 老糊塗的, 老朽的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 糊涂的, 老糊涂的, 老朽的…
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