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v. crazed, craz·ing, craz·es
1. To cause to become mentally deranged or obsessed.
2. To produce a network of fine cracks in the surface or glaze of.
1. To become mentally deranged or obsessed.
2. To become covered with fine cracks.
1. A short-lived popular fashion; a fad.
2. A fine crack in a surface or glaze.
[Middle English crasen, to shatter, of Scandinavian origin.]
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1. driven insane
2. (Ceramics) (of porcelain or pottery) having a fine network of cracks in the glaze
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|Adj.||1.||crazed - driven insane|
insane - afflicted with or characteristic of mental derangement; "was declared insane"; "insane laughter"
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adjective mad, crazy, raving, insane, lunatic, demented, unbalanced, deranged, berserk, unhinged A crazed gunman slaughtered five people last night.
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(= crazy) → fou(folle)
[pottery, glaze] → craquelé(e)
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crazed[kreɪzd] adj (look, person) → folle, pazzo/a; (pottery, glaze) → incrinato/a
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