Definition of loony tunes in English:

loony tunes

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(also looney tunes) North American informal

adjective

Crazy; deranged: it sounds a little loony tunes
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  • But the convenience of centralised shopping doesn't have to mean the insanity of centralised livestock farming and loony tunes imports of things we don't need and didn't ask for.
  • With Sun, Uranus, Neptune and the weekend Moon playing loony tunes in the curious universe of Aquarius, who could predict what this week's winds of mischief will bring?
  • If you run through the policies now, they sound totally loony tunes.

noun

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Crazy or deranged people: funny thing about your family: the first generation are all loony tunes
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  • Andrew, the final authority when any dispute arose, straightened his red bow tie and said, "Enough is enough, you're all a bunch of loony tunes."

Origin

1980s: from Looney Tunes, the name of a US animated cartoon series that began in the 1930s, featuring Bugs Bunny and other characters.

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