DICTIONARY

crazy

形容詞
  • ja

    気が狂った

    Globify による定義
  • en

    insane, deranged

    Globify による定義
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And if you're a girl from Compton, don't just become a tennis player.
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Become the greatest athlete ever.
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Yeah, that's more like it.
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So don't ask if your dreams are crazy.
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Ask if they're crazy enough.
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It's gonna be hard to spot a crazy person in here.
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- They're all crazy. - Tell me about it.
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This is more insane than the crowd at the Carly Rae Jepsen, I mean, Slayer concert.
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And when you love someone, you just— you don't stop, ever.
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Even when people roll their eyes or call you crazy.
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Even then, especially then!
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You just— you don't give up!
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Carly, I think you better calm down.
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I don't wanna calm down.
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- She's crazy. - I heard that, Rona!
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When you think of Trina, what's the first word that pops in your head?
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Crazy.
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- Crazy... - But I love her.
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And I feel like doing something crazy.
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Please don't!
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Like kiss talking!
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The big deal is if I don't do what he says, then he'll stop me from seeing El.
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Like, permanently.
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You don't understand, Lucas.
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He's crazy.
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He's lost his mind.
形容詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    気が狂った、狂気の

  • en

    angry, annoyed, or irritated

  • It's driving me crazy.

    From Friends: Monica Isn't Attracted to Her Billionaire Date (Season 3 Clip) | TBS

  • You're making me crazy!

    From Key & Peele’s Best Horror Movie Parodies

  • This spaceship keyboard is driving me crazy.

    From Ron Swanson's New Desk - Parks and Recreation

  • And 3 more examples...