bonkers
adjective Etymology: perhaps from bonk + -ers (as in crackers) Date: circa 1948 crazy, mad <
fans went bonkers when their team won
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  • bonkers — crazy, 1957, British slang, perhaps from earlier naval slang meaning slightly drunk (1948), from notion of a thump ( BONK (Cf. bonk) ) on the head …   Etymology dictionary

  • bonkers — ► ADJECTIVE informal ▪ mad; crazy. ORIGIN of unknown origin …   English terms dictionary

  • bonkers — [bäŋ′kərz] adj. [prob. < Brit bonk, obs. military slang, “to bomb,” echoic] Slang crazy; mad …   English World dictionary

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  • bonkers — adj. (informal) VERBS ▪ be ▪ go ▪ I went completely bonkers when he told me the news. ▪ drive sb ▪ The noise nearly drove me bonkers …   Collocations dictionary

  • Bonkers! — This|the variety show|Bonkers Bonkers! was an ATV variety show from 1979, distributed by ITC Entertainment.Starring Bob Monkhouse and the Hudson Brothers Bill, Brett and Mark the show featured sketches, guest stars and musical numbers. Whilst not …   Wikipedia

  • bonkers — [[t]bɒ̱ŋkə(r)z[/t]] ADJ: v link ADJ (disapproval) If you say that someone is bonkers, you mean that they are silly or act in a crazy way. [BRIT, INFORMAL] The man must be bonkers to take such a risk... If the situation was reversed I would go… …   English dictionary

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