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be losing it

informal
to start to become crazy: That's the third time this week I've lost my keys - I think I must be losing it.
Translations of “be losing it”
in Chinese (Traditional) 開始發瘋…
in Russian сходить с ума…
in Turkish çıldırmaya başlamak, kendini kaybetmek, (argo) kafayı yemeye başlamak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 开始发疯…
in Polish pogarszać się komuś…
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