bird-brained

bird-brained

adj
informal silly; stupid
Translations

bird-brained

[ˈbɜːdbreɪnd] ADJcasquivano
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Henry added: "I always thought the cat was a bit bird-brained but I never expected her to move into a nest.
BIRD-BRAINED thug who repeatedly threw a parrot around his ex-girlfriend's living room in a drunken rage has had his wings clipped.
So much for being bird-brained, this little guy is a genius
Home Alone (1990) - Pity poor Kevin, | played by a cherubic faced Macaulay Culkin, who is stranded in his Illinois mansion all Christmas and beseeched by bird-brained bandits, while his parents swan off to Paris.
Still his bird-brained decision to ban those little blue birds really exposed how desperate he is these days.
You hear them called bird-brained, but I think he's got a good bird brain.
Despite being egged on, the duck failed to leave its cosy nesting place at the rear of a commercial unit in Selly Oak - even when it was hand-fed pizza in a bird-brained attempt to persuade the feathered friend to take flight.
26 &27 Animal magic Scott Miller has advice for the owners of sick cats and says don't be bird-brained when it comes to choosing a feathered friend for a pet.
AS locations to build a nest go it's a pretty bird-brained idea but that hasn't stopped a family of blue tits from making their home in a replica medieval giant catapult.
IBELIEVE you have to be either batty or bird-brained to think that wind turbines can seriously make a real contribution to our growing energy needs.
Washington, May 26 (ANI): Rooks, a member of the crow family, are no bird-brained, infact they're as good with their beaks as chimps are with their hands.
A BIRD-brained choice of nesting site has brought work to a halt on the biggest man-made lake in northern Europe.