In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person) trastornar(person) desquiciar(mind) trastornar
- Inexplicable things happen to irrational people; unhinged persons zigzag across an unmoored world.
- Eventually, being Orwell's widow unhinged her.
- The experience seems to have unhinged him, since he bursts into the Hydrogen Cave ranting about a mysterious Referee X who is frustrating his attempts at publication.
- Is X going to think I am completely unhinged now?
- The shock unhinges their mother, whose hormones have already been scrambled by post-natal depression.
- Oh, I don't know - I tell people (a few select people) about my dreams, mainly trustworthy friends who won't then look at me as if I'm unhinged.
- Needless to say, the whole event with Debbie left me unhinged for a while.
- Glenn Close is an actress with five Academy Award nominations under her belt, one of which is for the role for which I will always remember her: the mentally unhinged mistress in Fatal Attraction.
- Meanwhile, a mentally unhinged former lover is stalking her, and the serial killer has struck again.
- There does not seem to be a motive or a reason why, other than like I say, that this person was totally unhinged.
- The thing is, you have to read the whole platform to see how dangerously unhinged these people really are.
- But if, at times, she does appear to be over-the-top, I don't think it's because she's unhinged.
- Completely unhinged by madness, she raised he hand and threw the dagger at Kathryn.
- My mother was unhinged about potential optic damage.
- The artistically talented but intellectually unhinged cartoonist Tommy Tomorrow affirms the judgment: ‘This is brilliant.’
- Born of the Great Depression, the brothers were unhinged maniacs with no roots, no ties, no responsibilities, fighting back on behalf of the disenfranchised little man.
- Charles could look to the future with a reasonable optimism that he would secure a modest triumph over his occasionally unhinged enemies.
- Perhaps the blame for our fascination with the violent acts of unhinged minds should be laid to rest at the creaking door of the Bates motel.
- I could be over-reacting about this, but if I'm being completely honest with you, the possibilities of what could've happened today have unhinged me a little.
- Radically unfit to raise her daughter, or even cross the street, Yuen comes unhinged and retreats into a fantasy world.
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