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Meaning of “off your trolley” in the English Dictionary

"off your trolley" in British English

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off your trolley

UK informal behaving in an ​extremelyunusual way or doing something very ​silly: Anyone who ​saw us doing this would ​think we were off ​ourtrolleys. Have you gonecompletely off ​your trolley? You'll never get away with it!
(Definition of off your trolley from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “off your trolley”
in Chinese (Simplified) 疯疯癫癫,失去理智, 十分愚蠢…
in Russian не в себе, помешанный, спятивший…
in Chinese (Traditional) 瘋瘋癲癲,失去理智, 十分愚蠢…
in Polish stuknięty…
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