drive someone crazyverb phrase

  • ja(気が狂うほど)夢中にさせる
  • ento make someone feel madly in love

Examples

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You fear me.
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What? I do not!
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- You're deranged! - I'm the only one who challenges you at school.
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Without me, you're lost in a sea of academic disparity.
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You want a piece of me?
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Come and get it.
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You drive me crazy.
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Oh, you are the light of my life, sweet lady.
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*Speaks French*
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Drives me crazy when you talk that voulez-coucher stuff to me.
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Stop it!
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The couple revealed that the secret to their long-lasting relationship is that they're particularly good at conflict resolution.
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Paisley told Good Housekeeping,
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"She's really good about not holding grudges."
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To which Kimberly replied,
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"And he's really good about apologizing."
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"- Well, I'm so romantic that I think it drives her crazy. - Yeah, whatever!
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Yeah, that's it!"

Other meanings for drive someone crazy...

drive someone crazyverb phrase

  • ja(誰かを)怒らせる、イライラさせる、気を狂わせる
  • ento make someone feel upset or annoyed
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Three things your spouse does that drives you crazy.
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Doesn't put the toilet seat down, forgets to flush, and also doesn't wash the dishes.
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- Oh. - Ooh.
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Just out of time.
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Look, mommy, look!
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Lily!
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They're driving me crazy.
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What would drive him crazy?
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- I know. - Here we go.
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- Pepto-Bismol in his hot chocolate. - You have got to stop with the hot chocolate stuff.
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I was thinking maybe we could jam his drawers so that they only come out 2 inches.
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Then that way, you can see everything in them but you can't get at it.
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Does Edgar Allan Poe know about that one?
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So sinister.
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That wouldn't annoy a person at all.
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- Where do you come up with this stuff? - Okay.
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Alright, well, this isn't my best, but call Froggy 101.
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Say that we're the tour manager for Justin Bieber and we're giving away free tickets.
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We give them a number to call for the tickets.
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And it's his number.
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Who is Justice Beaver?
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I have always had to let go of caring what other people expect from me
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or caring what other people think that I can do.
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Because inevitably, there are preconceived notions about who I am and what I'm capable of
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because I started out so young, which I think is unfair, of course.
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But I've let that go because, I think, that that would just drive me crazy.
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Tell us 1 thing that you do that drives your family crazy.
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Oh, brother.
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That's a pretty long list.
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I try to ⁠—
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My son ⁠— My son's always trying to hit me.
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That drives me crazy.
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- He has a lot of books that I don't know where I'm gonna put, so. - Yeah.
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He has a lot of books? What kind of books?
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He reads everything.
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- It's a lot of old books. - Uh-huh.
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- New books. - Uh-huh.
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And...
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Say "books" again.
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"Booh-ks."
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- He has old "booh-ks." - But they're driving me crazy!