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crazy

  • 1 crazy

    1) (insane: He must be going crazy; a crazy idea.) louco
    2) (very enthusiastic: She's crazy about her boyfriend.) louco
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    cra.zy
    [kr'eizi] adj 1 louco, demente, desequilibrado. 2 coll ansioso, louco ( about por). 3 rachado, fendido. 4 decrépito, imprestável. 5 incomum, excêntrico, estranho. 6 obcecado, apaixonado.

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  • 2 crazy

    1) (insane: He must be going crazy; a crazy idea.) louco
    2) (very enthusiastic: She's crazy about her boyfriend.) louco

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  • 3 crazy

    desatinado, doido

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  • 4 crazy quilt

    cra.zy quilt
    [kreizi kw'ilt] n colcha feita de retalhos.

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  • 5 stir-crazy

    stir-craz.y
    [stə: kr'eizi] adj sl irritável, histérico, doido, indócil (como resultado de confinamento em prisão).

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  • 6 stark crazy/mad

    (completely mad.) completamente maluco

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  • 7 stark crazy/mad

    (completely mad.) louco rematado

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  • 8 up the wall

    (crazy: This business is sending/driving me up the wall!) louco

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  • 9 up the wall

    (crazy: This business is sending/driving me up the wall!) maluco

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  • 10 batty

    adjective (crazy: a batty old man.) maluco
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    bat.ty
    [b'æti] adj 1 relativo ou semelhante a morcego. 2 sl doido, maluco, excêntrico. he is batty (in the bean) / ele não regula.

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  • 11 cracked

    1) (damaged by cracks: a cracked cup.)
    2) (crazy: She must be cracked!)
    * * *
    [krækt] adj 1 quebrado, fendido, rachado. 2 agudo, estridente. 3 coll louco, doido. he is a little cracked / ele não regula bem.

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  • 12 craze

    [kreiz]
    (a (usually temporary) fashion; great (but temporary) enthusiasm: the current craze for cutting one's hair extremely short.) moda
    - crazily
    - craziness
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    [kreiz] n 1 moda, entusiasmo ou interesse passageiro. 2 loucura, demência. 3 fenda, fissura fina em louça, etc. • vt 1 enlouquecer. 2 produzir fissuras finas em louça.

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  • 13 drive

    1. past tense - drove; verb
    1) (to control or guide (a car etc): Do you want to drive (the car), or shall I?) guiar
    2) (to take, bring etc in a car: My mother is driving me to the airport.) levar
    3) (to force or urge along: Two men and a dog were driving a herd of cattle across the road.) tanger
    4) (to hit hard: He drove a nail into the door; He drove a golf-ball from the tee.) bater
    5) (to cause to work by providing the necessary power: This mill is driven by water.) impulsionar
    2. noun
    1) (a journey in a car, especially for pleasure: We decided to go for a drive.) passeio
    2) (a private road leading from a gate to a house etc: The drive is lined with trees.) caminho
    3) (energy and enthusiasm: I think he has the drive needed for this job.) energia
    4) (a special effort: We're having a drive to save electricity.) campanha
    5) (in sport, a hard stroke (with a golf-club, a cricket bat etc).) pancada
    6) ((computers) a disk drive.)
    - driver's license
    - drive-in
    - drive-through
    - driving licence
    - be driving at
    - drive off
    - drive on
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    [draiv] n 1 passeio de carro, auto, etc. 2 percurso, distância a percorrer de carro, auto, etc. 3 estrada para carros. 4 entrada para carros em moradias. 5 ato de conduzir, dirigir, guiar. 6 condução de gado em manadas. 7 pressão, esforço, atividade, energia, impulso, empenho, dinamismo. 8 ímpeto, impulso, pulsão, necessidade instintiva. 9 Golf tacada ou movimento da bola. 10 Mil ataque, assalto, avanço. 11 força motriz, movimento, rodagem, mecanismo de engrenagem, acionamento, transmissão, propulsão. 12 Comp unidade de disco. 13 galeria de mina. 14 competições de jogos de cartas. • vt+vi (drove, driven) 1 impelir, empuxar, empurrar alguma coisa com força, empurrar para diante, impulsar, fazer caminhar para diante, forçar. 2 conduzir, guiar, dirigir (cavalos, carro, navio, etc.), levar. 3 ir de carro, auto, etc., passear de carro, etc., prosseguir. 4 constranger, compelir, forçar, coagir. 5 lançar, propulsar, acionar, pôr em movimento. 6 perfurar, arrastar por atrito, encunhar, cravar. 7 escovar (um túnel). 8 Naut desgarrar. 9 instar, seduzir, incitar, induzir, conduzir, levar a. 10 realizar, efetuar, levar a efeito. 11 mover-se com grande força (chuva, vento). 12 rebater (bola) no golfe. disk drive Comp unidade de disco. to drive a good ( bad) bargain fazer um bom (mau) negócio. to drive a hard bargain ser firme nas negociações. to drive a nail in cravar um prego. to drive a nail into someone’s coffin contribuir para a ruína ou fracasso de alguém. to drive ashore arrojar à costa. to drive asunder apartar, separar à força. to drive at 1 tender a, aludir, insinuar. 2 trabalhar em. to drive at full speed guiar a toda velocidade. to drive a thing into a person inculcar alguma coisa em alguém. to drive away expelir, expulsar, fazer sair, afugentar, afastar-se, partir em carro. to drive back rechaçar, repulsar, reconduzir em carro, etc., voltar de carro, etc. to drive by friction arrastar por atrito. to drive home 1 ir para casa de carro. 2 cravar um prego com um martelo. 3 fazer com que seja claramente compreendido. to drive in, into inserir à força, fincar, fazer entrar a marteladas. to drive it home to mostrar, forçar a acreditar. to drive into a corner colocar em situação difícil, encurralar. to drive off 1 partir, ir-se embora em carro, etc. 2 expelir, rechaçar. 3 Golf dar a primeira tocada. to drive on seguir adiante, levar em frente, empurrar, incentivar. to drive out 1 expelir, expulsar, fazer sair. 2 sair ou passear em carro, etc. to drive pigs to market roncar, ressonar. to drive someone mad/ crazy 1 enlouquecer, levar à loucura. 2 fig exasperar, irritar, deixar louco. to drive someone out of his senses/ out of his mind deixar maluco. to drive someone round the bend exasperar, enlouquecer. to drive to leeward desgarrar, desviar de rumo. to drive up the prices fazer subir os preços, elevar os preços. to drive up to passar de carro por algum lugar.

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  • 14 lunatic

    [-tik]
    adjective, noun (( abbreviation (usually unkind) loony ['lu:ni] - plural loonies) (a person who is) insane or crazy: Only a lunatic would do such a thing!) louco
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    lu.na.tic
    [l'u:nətik] n lunático. • adj lunático.

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  • 15 potty

    ['poti]
    (mad; crazy: He must be potty to do that!) maluco
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    pot.ty
    [p'ɔti] adj coll 1 insignificante, reles. 2 biruta, amalucado. 3 sl arrogante, esnobe.

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  • 16 stark

    (bare, harsh or simple in a severe way: a stark, rocky landscape.) nu
    - stark naked
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    [sta:k] adj 1 total, completo, acabado. 2 rígido, duro. 3 inflexível, rigoroso, severo. • adv 1 totalmente, completamente. 2 de modo rígido.

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  • 17 to drive pigs to market

    to drive pigs to market
    roncar, ressonar. to drive someone mad/crazy 1 enlouquecer, levar à loucura. 2 fig exasperar, irritar, deixar louco.

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  • 18 wild

    1) ((of animals) not tamed: wolves and other wild animals.) selvagem
    2) ((of land) not cultivated.) inculto
    3) (uncivilized or lawless; savage: wild tribes.) selvagem
    4) (very stormy; violent: a wild night at sea; a wild rage.) violento
    5) (mad, crazy, insane etc: wild with hunger; wild with anxiety.) louco
    6) (rash: a wild hope.) absurdo
    7) (not accurate or reliable: a wild guess.) irreflectido
    8) (very angry.) zangado
    - wildness
    - wildfire: spread like wildfire
    - wildfowl
    - wild-goose chase
    - wildlife
    - in the wild
    - the wilds
    - the Wild West
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    [waild] n terra agreste, deserto, ermo (também wilds). • adj 1 selvagem, agreste, silvestre, bravio. 2 não-cultivado ou lavrado, inculto, não-domesticado. 3 ermo, solitário. 4 desabitado, despovoado. 5 incivilizado, bárbaro. 6 arredio, assustadiço (pássaro). 7 indômito, irrestrito, desenfreado. 8 desarrumado, desarranjado. 9 turbulento, traquinas, travesso, alegre. 10 imoderado, extravagante, licencioso. 11 enfurecido, furioso, violento, frenético. 12 louco, desvairado. they were wild about books / eles eram loucos por livros, gostavam demais de livros. 13 precipitado, impensado, irrefletido. 14 fantástico, extraordinário. 15 coll ansioso. they were wild to see me / eles estavam loucos, ansiosos para me ver. 16 coll longe do alvo. 17 tempestuoso. 18 perturbado (olhos). • adv 1 a esmo, à toa. they shot wild / atiraram a esmo. 2 sem pensar. they talked wild / eles falaram bobagens, falaram sem pensar. 3 descontroladamente. a wild storm temporal furioso, tremendo. don’t drive me wild! não me desespere! in wild spirits com disposição para brincar. she was wild with delight ela estava fora de si de alegria. to run wild a) asselvajar. b) perder(-se) por falta de cultura. c) crescer sem instrução e educação. wild animals animais selvagens (ou silvestres).

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  • 19 witless

    adjective (crazy, stupid etc.) estúpido
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    wit.less
    [w'itlis] adj tolo, desajuizado, néscio, estúpido, ininteligente, ignorante. it scares me witless apavora-me, assusta-me muito.

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  • 20 crackers

    adjective (crazy: You must be crackers to believe that!) doido

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