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stir-crazy

adjective uk   /ˈstɜːˌkreɪ.zi/ us    /ˈstɝː-/ /ˌstɜːˈkreɪ-/ informal
upset or angry because you have been prevented from going somewhere or doing something for a long time: I've been laid up for two weeks with this broken leg and I'm beginning to go stir-crazy.
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