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headcase

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈhed.keɪs/ informal
a person who behaves strangely or who is very silly or violent
行为古怪的人;蠢人;粗暴的人
Of unsound mindStupid and sillyStupid and silly people
Translations of “headcase”
in Chinese (Traditional) 行爲古怪的人, 蠢人, 粗暴的人…
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