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Translation of enloquecer in English:

verbo transitivo

  • to drive … crazy o (especialmente inglés británico) mad

verbo intransitivo

  • 1 (perder el juicio)
    to go crazy o (inglés británico) mad
    go out of one's mind
    enloquecer de algoenloqueció de celos
    he was driven crazy o insane o mad with jealousy
    he went out of his mind with jealousy
  • 2 [familiar] (gustar mucho) See examples: me enloquece la música pop
    I'm crazy o (especialmente inglés británico) mad about pop music [familiar]

also: enloquecerse verbo pronominal

Example sentences
  • Miley Cyrus es una artista que sabe como enloquecer al público.
  • La modelo enloqueció a los hombres con la lencería blanca.
  • Por supuesto se trata de una mujer ya enloquecida.

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