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schizo

noun [C] uk   /ˈskɪt.səʊ/  us   /-soʊ/ (plural schizos) informal disapproving
a person with very strange and usually violent or threatening behaviour: He turns into a real schizo when he's had too much to drink.
schizo
adjective
Translations of “schizo”
in Chinese (Traditional) 精神分裂症患者, 喪心病狂者,行爲狂暴者…
in Chinese (Simplified) 精神分裂症患者, 丧心病狂者,行为狂暴者…
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