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Meaning of “nuts” - Learner’s Dictionary

nuts

adjective     /nʌts/ informal
crazy: They thought I was nuts to go parachuting.Of unsound mindStupid and silly
go nuts
to become very excited, angry, or upset: If I don't have a holiday soon, I'll go nuts.Becoming angry and expressing angerExcited, interested and enthusiastic
Translations of “nuts”
in Korean 미친…
in Arabic مَجنون…
in Portuguese doido, pirado…
in Catalan boig…
in Japanese いかれた…
in Italian pazzo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 愚蠢的, 怪異的…
in Russian чокнутый…
in Turkish kaçık, deli, fıttırık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 愚蠢的, 怪异的…
in Polish szalony…
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