Translation of head case in Spanish:

head case

loco, n.

noun

British
slang

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    loco masculine
    loca feminine
    chiflado masculine informal
    chiflada feminine informal
    • I like to think I'm polite. From my boxing, people think I'm a headcase, but I surprise people when they meet me.
    • The strange thing is, after the exam incident, I turned into this lazy, scruffy headcase.
    • Of their surviving sons, Tilden is a taciturn headcase while Bradley is a sadistic brute who chopped off one of his legs with a chainsaw.
    • ‘This headcase barricades himself in a room with a set of drums, a $20 Casio keyboard, a guitar and a bass and emerges with the coolest, weirdest record of the past year.’
    • Let's keep this headcase and his howler-monkeys out of office for another term.
    • A quiet descended so deep and calm that I felt sure the person had left, gone to pound on some other headcase's front door, but then whoever-it-was knocked again.
    • I would recommend this workout to anyone, married or single, because it makes you fit and makes you more lethal than the headcase who has his eye on you.
    • I at least hope I have convinced you that my mom is a headcase and look forward to cathartically yet necessarily reviewing the insanity of my father next Saturday.
    • Stop being such an emotional headcase, she mentally scolded herself.
    • With the near-constant turmoil he's been through in two years at Minnesota - NCAA sanctions, a new coach, an academic mess - there are whispers that he could be a headcase.
    • I refuse to change it because of one complete and utter headcase.
    • And, because the sets are still not used by a mass-market audience, you do look like a headcase in public places speaking, apparently, into nothingness.
    • ‘She thought it was a joke, that I was some kind of headcase,’ Dwan says.
    • You can admit you like theatre and nobody thinks you're a headcase.
    • The producers seem to take the most fragile of headcases from our TV slots and ram them into a house stuffed with other fragile headcases.
    • I refuse to accept that it can be statistically possible for the Conservative Party in the country to contain a higher percentage of headcases.
    • He has gone from thinking, ‘She's a headcase,’ to, ‘She seems like a complex, intriguing yet flawed human being, in whom I may still have an interest.’
    • You're gonna meet some headcases on this shift!
    • He was a headcase all dinner and he reeked of eau de scotch.
    • I wouldn't want to tangle with that other headcase.