crazy

crazy
1 /'kreIzi/ adjective informal
1 STRANGE behaving in a way that is very strange: Don't mind her, she's crazy. | The neighbors must think we're crazy. | You have some crazy friends.
2 NOT SENSIBLE an action or behaviour that is crazy is not sensible and likely to cause problems: it's crazy spoken: I get more money if I don't work - it's crazy. | That's the craziest idea I've ever heard. | be crazy to do sth: It'd be crazy to try and drive home in this weather.
3 ANGRY angry or annoyed: drive sb crazy (=make sb angry or annoyed): Turn that music down, it's driving me crazy!
4 be crazy about sb/sth to like someone very much, or be very interested in something: Frank is just crazy about you!
5 like crazy very quickly or very hard: We're going to have to work like crazy to get this finished on time.
6 ILL mentally ill: He lived alone and they were sure he was crazy. | go crazy: Kurtz had gone crazy, alone in the jungle.
7 crazy as a loon AmE informal very strange and possibly mentally ill
- crazily adverb - craziness noun (U) 2 noun (C) AmE informal someone who is crazy

Longman dictionary of contemporary English. 2004.

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