nutcase


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nut·case

also nut case  (nŭt′kās′)
n. Slang
A crazy or eccentric person.

nutcase

(ˈnʌtˌkeɪs)
n
slang an insane or very foolish person
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.nutcase - someone deranged and possibly dangerousnutcase - someone deranged and possibly dangerous
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
lunatic, madman, maniac - an insane person
Translations

nutcase

[ˈnʌtkeɪs] Nchiflado/a m/f, chalado/a m/f

nutcase

[ˈnʌtkeɪs] n (= crazy person) → cinglé(e) m/f

nutcase

[ˈnʌtˌkeɪs] n (fam) → matto/a, pazzo/a, pazzerello/a
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She said: "I think about myself at her age and I was a complete nutcase, whereas she is so self-possessed but warm and generous.
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Mario Balotelli is a nutcase who would not have lasted five minutes in any dressing room I've been in.
Webber said of Grosjean after the Japan incident: "I haven't obviously seen what happened at the start but the guys confirmed it was the first lap nutcase again Grosjean.
He said: "I haven't seen what happened at the start but the guys confirmed it was the first-lap nutcase again, Grosjean.
Webber branded Grosjean as a first-lap nutcase, while Button urged the Lotus driver to sort out his s***.
A furious Webber said: "It's been confirmed it was the first-lap nutcase.
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I once asked him why, and he replied that having watched me running around like a headless chicken and a bundle of nerves for the 16 years he rode for us, he didn't want to end up a nutcase like me
INTER bad boy Mario Balotelli hit a new low last week when infamous nutcase Antonio Cassano gave him a lecture on manners.
They are of little consequence compared to the possibility of some nutcase blowing up my aircraft, thank you.