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Turkish translation of “crazy”

crazy

adjective
 
 
/ˈkreɪzi/
STUPID A2 stupid or strange
aptal, acayip
a crazy idea I was crazy not to take that job.Stupid and sillyOf unsound mindStrange, suspicious and unnatural
ANGRY B2 annoyed or angry
kızgın, çılgın
The children are driving me crazy (= making me annoyed). Dad went crazy when I told him what had happened.Angry and displeasedBad-tempered
be crazy about sb/sth A2 to love someone very much, or to be very interested in something
sevgisinden çılgına dönmek, aşırı tutkun olmak, deli gibi sevmek
Mia's crazy about baseball.Loving and in loveExcited, interested and enthusiastic
go crazy to become very excited about something
çılgına dönmek, aşırı heyecan duymak, deli olmak
When he came on stage the audience went crazy.Excited, interested and enthusiastic
like crazy informal If you do something like crazy, you do a lot of it, or do it very quickly.
çılgın gibi, deli gibi
We worked like crazy to get everything finished.Work, working and the workplaceWorking hours and periods of workIntensifying expressions
crazily adverb
çılgın bir şekilde
craziness noun [U]
delilik
(Definition of crazy from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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