Definition of 'crazy'

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Players fight like crazy because the fans come to watch them. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It was so crazy it might just work! Times, Sunday Times (2016)Yet the incident was another example of how crazy things can get between the clubs. The Sun (2016)Sometimes you feel you need something crazy that changes your luck. The Sun (2016)Will the wider world continue to go crazy for the luxury handbag? Times, Sunday Times (2016)We lost six members of staff and to replace that with one seems a bit crazy. The Sun (2016)Yet yesterday was all about the crazy sums for good, but hardly great players. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I was crazy about this woman. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He added: 'It is so crazy. The Sun (2016)He was also tagged crazy for taking his squad on a camping trip to a remote Swedish forest as part of their pre-season. The Sun (2016)This crazy award also opens the path for similar ludicrous claims. The Sun (2010)He is crazy about football and he works on himself and also on his body. The Sun (2015)To have your own song is just crazy. The Sun (2013)Who is the craziest person you know? The Sun (2006)We know they can make you go crazy. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Where do people get these crazy ideas? Christianity Today (2000)We just remembered all these crazy things. The Sun (2007)The needles have got so much thinner and you can do such crazy stuff. The Sun (2014)You do sometimes need a rock band to do something crazy. The Sun (2013)The weather this week appears to have gone crazy. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We ran around and went a bit crazy. The Sun (2016)There was also a crazy sense of chaos. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It was a tough game and the whole thing was just crazy. The Sun (2015)Then continue to exercise like a crazy person for the rest of the day. Times, Sunday Times (2016)That is the part that makes you crazy. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We spend half our time batting off their crazy policy ideas. Times, Sunday Times (2012)So why does she say crazy things? Times, Sunday Times (2009)The banks are not doing that crazy stuff any more. Times, Sunday Times (2008)To me climbing has always been a fantastic way of doing something crazy and dangerous. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Or go crazy and use it in the shower as an indulgent washing gel. Times, Sunday Times (2014)That would send me a little bit crazy. The Sun (2014)You are closer to thirty and have a few lines you are not too crazy about under your eyes. Brumberg, Elaine Take Care of Your Skin (1990)He just fancied her like crazy. The Sun (2016)He said: 'It would be crazy to talk about leaving this club. The Sun (2015)

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Translations for 'crazy'

British English: crazy /ˈkreɪzɪ/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone or something as crazy, you think they are very foolish or strange.
Some people think I was crazy to take this job.
  • American English: crazy
  • Arabic: مَجْنُون
  • Brazilian Portuguese: louco
  • Chinese: 疯狂的
  • Croatian: lud
  • Czech: bláznivý
  • Danish: skør
  • Dutch: gek
  • European Spanish: loco
  • Finnish: älytön
  • French: fou
  • German: verrückt
  • Greek: τρελός
  • Italian: pazzo
  • Japanese: 無茶な
  • Korean: 미친
  • Norwegian: gal
  • Polish: szalony
  • European Portuguese: louco
  • Romanian: nebun
  • Russian: сумасшедший
  • Spanish: loco
  • Swedish: galen
  • Thai: บ้า
  • Turkish: çılgın
  • Ukrainian: божевільний
  • Vietnamese: điên


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