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Meaning of “lunacy” - Learner’s Dictionary

lunacy

noun [U]     /ˈluːnəsi/
stupid behaviour that will have bad results: It was lunacy spending all that money.Of unsound mindStupid and sillyStupid and silly behaviour
Translations of “lunacy”
in Arabic جُنون…
in Korean 바보짓…
in Malaysian kerja gila…
in French folie…
in Turkish delilik, kaçıklık, çılgınlık…
in Italian follia, pazzia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 愚蠢的行為,不明智的舉動, 精神病,精神錯亂…
in Russian безрассудство…
in Polish szaleństwo…
in Vietnamese rồ dại…
in Spanish locura…
in Portuguese loucura…
in Thai ความวิกลจริต…
in German der Wahnsinn…
in Catalan bogeria…
in Japanese 愚行…
in Indonesian kegilaan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 愚蠢的行为,不明智的举动, 精神病,精神错乱…
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