crazy

crazy
adjective
1) (insane: He must be going crazy; a crazy idea.) loco
2) (very enthusiastic: She's crazy about her boyfriend.) loco de alegría
crazy adj loco
he's crazy about cars está loco por los coches
El comparativo de crazy se escribe crazier; el superlativo se escribe craziest
crazy
tr['kreɪzɪ]
adjective (comp crazier, superl craziest)
1 familiar loco,-a
you must be crazy estás loco
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
like crazy como (un) loco
to be crazy about somebody/something estar loco,-a por alguien/algo
to drive somebody crazy volver loco,-a a alguien
to go crazy volverse loco,-a, enloquecer
crazy paving SMALLBRITISH ENGLISH/SMALL enlosado (de diseño irregular)
crazy ['kreɪzi] adj, -zier ; -est
1) insane: loco, demente
to go crazy: volverse loco
2) absurd, foolish: loco, insensato, absurdo
3)
to be crazy about : estar loco por
crazy
adj.
alocado, -a adj.
chalado, -a adj.
chiflado, -a adj.
demente adj.
descabezado, -a adj.
desorbitado, -a adj.
disparatado, -a adj.
loco, -a adj.
lurio, -a adj.
n.
loco s.m.
'kreɪzi
adjective -zier, -ziest
a) (mad, foolish) loco

that's crazy — es una locura

to go crazy — volverse* loco, enloquecerse*

to drive somebody crazy — volver* loco a alguien

like crazy — como (un) loco

b) (very enthusiastic) (colloq) (pred)

to be crazy ABOUT o (AmE) for o (AmE) over somebody — estar* loco por alguien (fam)

I'm not crazy about the idea — la idea no me enloquece or no me vuelve loco

['kreɪzɪ]
1. ADJ
(compar crazier) (superl craziest)
1) (=mad) loco, chiflado *

you were crazy to do it — fue una locura hacerlo

you would be crazy to do that — tendrías que estar loco para hacer eso

it would be crazy for him to give up his job — sería una locura que dejase el trabajo

to drive sb crazy — (=drive mad) volver loco a algn; (=infuriate) sacar de quicio a algn

it's enough to drive you crazy — es para volverse loco

to go crazy — (=mad) volverse loco; (=excited) ponerse como loco; (=angry) ponerse como un energúmeno

it was a crazy idea — fue una locura or un disparate, era una idea descabellada or disparatada

everyone shouted like crazy — todos gritaban como locos

they were selling like crazy — se estaban vendiendo como rosquillas or como pan caliente *

it sounds crazy — parece una locura

crazy talk — disparates mpl , tonterías fpl

I've done some crazy things in my time — he hecho algunas locuras en mi vida

crazy with grief/anxiety — loco de pena/preocupación

it's a crazy world — el mundo está loco, es un mundo de locos

2) * (=keen)

he's football crazy — es un fanático del fútbol

to be crazy about sb — estar loco por algn

they're crazy about football — el fútbol les vuelve locos

I'm not crazy about it — no es que me vuelva loco, no me entusiasma

3)

to lean at a crazy angle — inclinarse de modo peligroso

2.
N (US) * loco(-a) m / f
3.
CPD

crazy bone N(US) hueso m del codo

crazy golf N(Brit) minigolf m

crazy house * N(US) casa f de locos *, manicomio m

crazy paving N — pavimento m de baldosas irregulares

crazy quilt N(US) edredón m de retazos

* * *
['kreɪzi]
adjective -zier, -ziest
a) (mad, foolish) loco

that's crazy — es una locura

to go crazy — volverse* loco, enloquecerse*

to drive somebody crazy — volver* loco a alguien

like crazy — como (un) loco

b) (very enthusiastic) (colloq) (pred)

to be crazy ABOUT o (AmE) for o (AmE) over somebody — estar* loco por alguien (fam)

I'm not crazy about the idea — la idea no me enloquece or no me vuelve loco


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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