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Definición de “have bats in the belfry” en inglés

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have bats in the belfry

old-fashioned disapproving
to be silly and slightly crazy and behave in a confused way
Traducciones de “have bats in the belfry”
en chino (tradicionál) 傻裡傻氣,精神失常…
en chino (simplificado) 傻里傻气,精神失常…
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