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haywire

adjective     /ˈheɪ.waɪər/ US  /-waɪr/ informal
go haywire
to stop working, often in a way that is very sudden and noticeable 出故障,出毛病 The television's gone haywire. 电视机出毛病了。 Not functioning
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