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de·range

 (dĭ-rānj′)
tr.v. de·ranged, de·rang·ing, de·rang·es
1. To disturb the order, arrangement, or functioning of: an asteroid impact large enough to derange the climate.
2. To upset (normal condition or functioning, as of a bodily organ).
3. To cause to be psychotic or otherwise severely mentally unsound.

[French déranger, from Old French desrengier : des-, de- + reng, line (of Germanic origin; see sker- in Indo-European roots).]

de·range′ment n.

deranged

(dɪˈreɪndʒd)
adj
(Psychiatry) suffering from a severe mental illness; insane
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.deranged - driven insane
insane - afflicted with or characteristic of mental derangement; "was declared insane"; "insane laughter"

deranged

adjective mad, crazy, insane, distracted, frantic, frenzied, irrational, maddened, crazed, lunatic, demented, unbalanced, berserk, delirious, unhinged, loopy (informal), crackpot (informal), out to lunch (informal), barking mad (slang), barking (slang), gonzo (slang), doolally (slang), off your trolley (slang), up the pole (informal), not the full shilling (informal), wacko or whacko (slang) A deranged man shot and killed 14 people in the main square.
sane, normal, calm, all there (informal), lucid, of sound mind, compos mentis (Latin), in your right mind, mentally sound
Translations
مُشَوَّش، مُضْطَرِب
vyšinutý
forstyrret
megháborodott
ruglaîur, sturlaîur
pamišęs
nenormālspsihiski traucēts

deranged

[dɪˈreɪndʒd] ADJ [person] → loco, desquiciado; [mind] → perturbado
to be (mentally) derangedestar desquiciado, ser un perturbado mental

deranged

[dɪˈreɪndʒd] adj
to be deranged (= mentally ill) → avoir le cerveau dérangé
mentally deranged → mentalement dérangé(e)

deranged

adj mindgestört, verwirrt, verstört; person, gunmangeistesgestört

deranged

[dɪˈreɪndʒd] adj (mind) → sconvolto/a; (person) → squilibrato/a
to be (mentally) deranged → essere uno/a squilibrato/a

deranged

(diˈreindʒd) adjective
insane. His mind had become deranged as a result of his ordeal; mentally deranged.
deˈrangement noun

deranged

a. perturbado-a; trastornado-a;
___ metabolic processtrastorno del proceso metabólico.
References in classic literature ?
Hannah was out of humor because her week's work was deranged, and prophesied that "ef the washin' and ironin' warn't done reg'lar, nothin' would go well anywheres".
The old kitchen floor never seems stained or spotted; the tables, the chairs, and the various cooking utensils, never seem deranged or disordered; though three and sometimes four meals a day are got there, though the family washing and ironing is there performed, and though pounds of butter and cheese are in some silent and mysterious manner there brought into existence.
Her health seemed for the moment completely deranged appetite quite goneand though there were no absolutely alarming symptoms, nothing touching the pulmonary complaint, which was the standing apprehension of the family, Mr.
he answered, removing his cloak and hanging it up against the door, towards which he again coolly pushed the mat which his entrance had deranged.
Chillip's own brain, under his potations of negus, to divert his attention from this topic to his own affairs, on which, for the next half-hour, he was quite loquacious; giving me to understand, among other pieces of information, that he was then at the Gray's Inn Coffee-house to lay his professional evidence before a Commission of Lunacy, touching the state of mind of a patient who had become deranged from excessive drinking.
The captive Abbot's features and manners exhibited a whimsical mixture of offended pride, and deranged foppery and bodily terror.
Such a delay would not have deranged my plans in the least," said Mr.
Next week I hope my duties will afford me a little liberty, and I will take advantage of it to come and put things in order here, so they must necessarily be much deranged.
Well, by means of these lines, which are in accordance with the double motion of the earth, and the ellipse it describes round the sun, I am enabled to ascertain the precise hour with more minuteness than if I possessed a watch; for that might be broken or deranged in its movements, while the sun and earth never vary in their appointed paths.
She was wild to be at home-- to hear, to see, to be upon the spot to share with Jane in the cares that must now fall wholly upon her, in a family so deranged, a father absent, a mother incapable of exertion, and requiring constant attendance; and though almost persuaded that nothing could be done for Lydia, her uncle's interference seemed of the utmost importance, and till he entered the room her impatience was severe.
Thus completely deranged as parties, we took to discussing philosophical matters in general; an occupation well adapted to a situation that required so great an exercise of discretion.
And, on finishing these words, the young man, perceiving that his enthusiasm had deranged one of his ruffles, set to work to put it to rights with the greatest care imaginable.