Definition of bonkers in English:

bonkers

Syllabification: bon·kers
Pronunciation: /ˈbäNGkərz
 
/

adjective

[predicative] informal , chiefly British
Mad; crazy: and the fans go bonkers he’s driving me bonkers
More example sentences
  • Good god, he really has gone stark raving bonkers, hasn't he?
  • If your neighbour's dogs barking is driving you bonkers, use a video camera to tape the mutt howling.
  • She most likely thought I was stark raving bonkers as I told the tale of my worries about leaving the gas on.

Origin

1940s: of unknown origin.

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