There are 2 translations of crazy in Spanish:

crazy1

Pronunciation: /ˈkreɪzi/

adj (-zier, -ziest)

  • 1 1.1 (mad, foolish) [person/action/idea] loco that's crazy es una locura to go crazy volverse* loco , enloquecerse* the fans go crazy every time she walks on stage los fans se vuelven locos or se enloquecen cada vez que sale al escenario don't tell my mom, she'll go crazy no le cuentes a mamá, que se va a poner furiosa to drive sb crazy volver* loco a algn like crazy como (un) loco 1.2 (very enthusiastic) [colloquial/familiar] (pred) to be crazy about o (AmE) for o (AmE) over sb estar* loco por algn [familiar/colloquial] I'm not crazy about the idea la idea no me enloquece or no me vuelve loco to be crazy for o over sb (AmE) estar* loco por algn [familiar/colloquial]
  • 2 (crooked) peligroso to lean at a crazy angle inclinarse de modo peligroso

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There are 2 translations of crazy in Spanish:

crazy2

n (pl -zies)

  • (AmE) [slang/argot], chiflado, -da (m,f) [familiar/colloquial], chalado, -da (m,f) [familiar/colloquial]

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Word of the day saliva
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saliva …
Cultural fact of the day

The name of the autonomous governments of Catalonia and Valencia is generalitat. A great deal of power has now been transferred to them from central government. The medieval term generalitat was revived in 1932, when Catalonia voted for its own devolved government. After the Civil War, it was abolished by Franco but was restored in 1978, with the establishment of comunidades autónomascomunidad autónoma. The Valencian Generalitat is keen to preserve the traditions of the region from Catalan influence.