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1chiflado coloquialchalado coloquialto go nuts (over sth/sb) — chalarse / chiflarse (por algo/algn) coloquial
- this job is enough to drive you nuts — este trabajo es capaz de enloquecer a cualquiera
- Our wives think we're nuts working long hours for such a small amount of money, but we love being here!
- It used to drive me nuts that he wasn't worried about being half-an-hour late.
- That sort could drive you nuts trying to guess what they were, where they were coming from.
- A couple of months ago I went a bit nuts researching what kind of digital piano to get for our house.
- The kids were driving me nuts with their arguing and bitching to one another so I suggested a trip with Daddy today.
- Then, the next day, when the team arrived in Prague with the cup, the city went nuts again.
- He must be nuts she thought as the assassin roughly took hold of her upper arm and led her to a dim booth near the back.
- While his film songs drive some admirers nuts, that genre is no big deal for him.
- The tune drives her so nuts she's turned it off but she's on her third warning now.
- I did exactly the thing that used to drive me nuts when I worked in Retail.
- Every now and then we go nuts trying to explain what has to be done to connect to the Internet.
- He went nuts with the freaky squeally noises only once or twice, but when he did, it was awesome.
- If you go ahead with the sacrifice you are doing what by all standards of reason and morality is simply nuts.
- They're constantly on/off which drives me nuts and I end up shouting at them both.
- One thing that drives me nuts about that culture is the way they favour males.
- Apparently the Japanese are going nuts over it, but they seem to be nuts over games in general.
- We recently went to Turkey for the first time and everyone was just going nuts and singing along.
- But now my parents are going all nuts at me for working so much, and not studying as much.
- Some owners will put up with behavior from their animals that would drive other people nuts.
- He'd go nuts filling his pouches with sunflower seeds and rebuilding his nest in the little hamster house he had.
1(expressing annoyance)¡caramba!nuts to you! — ¡vete a pasear! coloquial
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