crazy

  • 1Crazy — may refer to: Insanity In print media: Crazy Magazine (1973–1983), a comic magazine Crazy, a novel by Benjamin Lebert In movies: Crazy (1999 film), a 1999 documentary by Heddy Honigmann Crazy (2000 film), a 2000 film directed by Hans Christian… …

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  • 2Crazy P — Crazy Penis Audioriver Festival 2009, Płock, Poland Background information Also known as …

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  • 3Crazy 4 U — Single par Kumi Kōda extrait de l’album Feel My Mind Face A Crazy 4 U Face B Yume with You Sortie 15 janvier 2004 …

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  • 4Crazy 4 U — Single by Kumi Koda from the album Feel My Mind Relea …

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  • 5Crazy — Cra zy (kr[=a] z[y^]), a. [From {Craze}.] 1. Characterized by weakness or feebleness; decrepit; broken; falling to decay; shaky; unsafe. [1913 Webster] Piles of mean andcrazy houses. Macaulay. [1913 Webster] One of great riches, but a crazy… …

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  • 6Crazy — (engl.: verrückt) steht für: Crazy (Roman), einen Roman von Benjamin Lebert Crazy (Film), eine Verfilmung des Romans von Benjamin Lebert des Regisseurs Hans Christian Schmid Crazy (Lied), ein Lied der US amerikanischen Band Aerosmith Crazy… …

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  • 7Crazy B — upright49 Nom Nicolas Vadon Activité principale Disc jockey …

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  • 8Crazy C — (born Simone Cullins) is an American songwriter and a record producer. He is a co owner of Paid in Full Entertainment, the label that launched the careers of Chamillionaire and Paul Wall.[1] He is best known as a producer for the platinum selling …

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  • 9crazy — (adj.) 1570s, diseased, sickly, from CRAZE (Cf. craze) + Y (Cf. y) (2). Meaning full of cracks or flaws is from 1580s; that of of unsound mind, or behaving as so is from 1610s. Jazz slang sense cool, exciting attested by 1927. To drive (someone)… …

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  • 10crazy — ► ADJECTIVE (crazier, craziest) 1) insane or unbalanced, especially in a wild or aggressive way. 2) extremely enthusiastic about something. 3) absurdly unlikely: a crazy angle. 4) archaic full of cracks or flaws. ► NOUN (pl …

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  • 11crazy — [krā′zē] adj. crazier, craziest [< CRAZE] 1. a) having flaws or cracks b) shaky or rickety; unsound 2. a) unsound of mind; mentally unbalanced or deranged; psychopathic; insane …

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  • 12Crazy — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Crazy puede referirse a: Una canción de Simple Plan. Una canción de Britney Spears. Una canción de Alanis Morissette, cóver de la canción del mismo nombre del cantante SealCrazy (cancion alanis morissette) Una… …

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  • 13crazy — [adj1] mentally strange ape, barmy, batty, berserk, bonkers*, cracked, crazed, cuckoo, daft, delirious, demented, deranged, dingy*, dippy*, erratic, flaky, flipped*, flipped out*, freaked out*, fruity*, idiotic, insane, kooky, lunatic, mad,… …

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  • 14Crazy 8 — is a retail division of Gymboree. Begun in August, 2007, Crazy 8 features lower cost articles of apparel and is Gymboree s direct competitor for The Children s Place and Old Navy. [http://www.crazy8.com Crazy8.com] …

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  • 15-crazy — [ kreızi ] suffix used with some nouns for saying what someone is extremely enthusiastic about: soccer crazy youngsters …

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  • 16-crazy — UK [kreɪzi] US suffix used with some nouns for saying what someone is extremely enthusiastic about soccer crazy youngsters Thesaurus: suffixeshyponym …

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  • 17crazy — index frenetic, irrational, ludicrous, lunatic, non compos mentis Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 18crazy — crazy, crazed *insane, mad, demented, lunatic, maniac, deranged, non compos mentis Contrasted words: *rational, reasonable: sane, sensible, *wise, sapient …

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  • 19crazy — 01. I think it s [crazy] to go down the most difficult hill when you ve only been snowboarding for a couple of days. You ll break your neck! 02. Sharon s dad went [crazy] when he found out she had tried marijuana. 03. My neighbor is [crazy]. She… …

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  • 20crazy — [[t]kre͟ɪzi[/t]] ♦♦♦ crazier, craziest, crazies 1) ADJ GRADED (disapproval) If you describe someone or something as crazy, you think they are very foolish or strange. [INFORMAL] People thought they were all crazy to try to make money from… …

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