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off your trolley

UK informal
behaving in an extremely unusual way or doing something very silly: Anyone who saw us doing this would think we were off our trolleys. Have you gone completely off your trolley? You'll never get away with it!
Translations of “off your trolley”
in Chinese (Traditional) 瘋瘋癲癲,失去理智, 十分愚蠢…
in Russian не в себе, помешанный, спятивший…
in Chinese (Simplified) 疯疯癫癫,失去理智, 十分愚蠢…
in Polish stuknięty…
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