Translation of wacky in Spanish:


chiflado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈwæki//ˈwaki/

adjectivewackiest, wackier


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    (person) chiflado informal
    (person) chalado informal
    (clothes/hairstyle) estrambótico
    (hairstyle/clothes) extravagante
    (idea) descabellado
    • The children came up with some weird and wacky designs including a pink and purple dinosaur covered in sequins.
    • After 170 years of wacky inventions and strange new models, it seems we may finally be at the end of the road for the electric car.
    • Thank you, all you wacky people, for your interesting suggestions for new car names.
    • I think those whacky movies were more effective than dry lectures about the dangers of unsafe sex and drug use.
    • Teachers and students were asked to make a gold coin donation in order to sport their weird and wacky hairstyles for the day.
    • The Renaissance repertoire ranges from the whacky to the sublime, and it's possible that we gave some pieces their first Scottish performances in hundreds of years.
    • Those whacky gardening folk and their uproarious naming schemes!
    • Those wacky creative types at the ad agency will believe it ‘hits all the right buttons’.
    • The room itself takes on the artist's intentions, being transformed into a slightly wacky domestic parlour.
    • Dottie is a Lucille Ball clone who performs wacky antics on her television show.
    • You may even be able to squeeze out a few more wacky anecdotes from that slightly dysfunctional family of yours.
    • There's a flood of whacky stories, and it's difficult to tell what's real and what's not.
    • His wacky antics and funny walk endeared him to children of all ages.
    • Dixon leapt to fame in the 1980s with his wacky welded furniture made of bits of scrap metal.
    • I have read some whacky things in my time but the latest report of the Electoral Reform Society takes some beating.
    • Sure she came across as a bit wacky, and a bit all over the place at times.
    • People completed the course dressed in all kinds of weird and wacky outfits this year.
    • The cast of whacky eccentrics and their unbelievable behaviour grates; it doesn't come across as in any way real.
    • Thousands of people up and down the country are doing weird and wacky things today to raise money for Comic Relief.
    • Youngsters in Malmesbury and Sherston recycled old clothes to make weird and wacky costumes for a fashion show last Thursday.