English translation of पागल
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1. crazy adjective after link verb
If something makes or drives you crazy, it makes you extremely annoyed or upset. ⇒ Their endless arguing drove him crazy.
2. crazy adjective
f you describe someone or something as crazy, you think they are very foolish or strange. [informal] ⇒ Some people think I was crazy to take this job.
3. demented adjective
If you describe someone as demented, you think that their actions are strange, foolish, or uncontrolled.
4. frenzied adjective
Frenzied actions are carried out by someone who has lost control of their mind, senses, or feelings and is acting in a wild and violent way. ⇒ ...a frenzied attack.
5. insane adjective, plural noun
Someone who is insane has a mind that does not work in a normal way, with the result that their behaviour is very strange. The insane are people who are insane. ⇒ His first wife went insane.
6. lunatic countable noun, adjective
If you describe someone as a lunatic, or if you say that their behaviour is lunatic, you mean that they behave in a stupid and possibly dangerous way.
7. mad adjective
Someone who is mad has a mental illness which makes them behave in strange ways. ⇒ She was afraid of going mad.
8. mind (in phrases)
If you say that someone is out of their mind, you mean that they are mad or very foolish.
9. potty adjective
If you say that someone is potty, you think that they are crazy or foolish. [Brit, informal] ⇒ I have to get out of here. I'll go potty if I stay.
10. wacky adjective
If you describe something or someone as wacky, you mean that they are eccentric, unusual, and often funny. [informal] ⇒ ...a wacky new television comedy series.
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Translation of पागल from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary