crazily


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cra·zy

 (krā′zē)
adj. cra·zi·er, cra·zi·est
1.
a. Mentally deranged.
b. Informal Odd or eccentric in behavior.
2. Informal Departing from proportion or moderation, especially:
a. Possessed by enthusiasm or excitement: The crowd at the game went crazy.
b. Immoderately fond; infatuated: was crazy about boys.
c. Intensely involved or preoccupied: is crazy about cars and racing.
d. Foolish or impractical; senseless: a crazy scheme for making quick money.
e. Intensely annoyed or irritated: It makes me crazy when you don't tell me you're going to be late.
3. Disorderly or askew: One of the old window shutters hung at a crazy angle.
adv.
Informal Extremely; very: That restaurant's always crazy busy on weekends, but it's worth the wait.
n. pl. cra·zies
One who is or appears to be mentally deranged: "To them she is not a brusque crazy, but 'appropriately passionate'" (Mary McGrory).
Idiom:
like crazy Informal
To an exceeding degree: They were running around like crazy.

cra′zi·ly adv.
cra′zi·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.crazily - in an insane mannercrazily - in an insane manner; "she behaved insanely"; "he behaves crazily when he is off his medication"; "the witch cackled madly"; "screaming dementedly"
Translations
بِجُنـون
poblázněně
uberegneligtvildt
óstjórnlega
bláznivo
noro

crazily

[ˈkreɪzɪlɪ] ADV
1. (= madly) [shout, argue, laugh] → como (un) loco
2. (= crookedly) [tilt, lean] → de modo peligroso, peligrosamente

crazily

[ˈkreɪzɪli] adv
[behave] → comme un fou (or comme des fous); [think] → peu raisonnablement
(= wildly) [skid] → terriblement; [bounce] → dans tous les sens; [extravagant] → follement; [dangerous] → extrêmement

crazily

adv
skid, bounce, whirlwie verrückt; lean, tiltunwahrscheinlich
(= madly)verrückt

crazily

[ˈkreɪzɪlɪ] advpazzamente, follemente

craze

(kreiz) noun
a (usually temporary) fashion; great (but temporary) enthusiasm. the current craze for cutting one's hair extremely short.
ˈcrazy adjective
1. insane. He must be going crazy; a crazy idea.
2. very enthusiastic. She's crazy about her boyfriend.
ˈcrazily adverb
ˈcraziness noun
References in classic literature ?
But he was deflected by the crash of the mainsheet blocks on the stout deck- traveller, as the mainsail, emptied of the wind and feeling the wind on the other side, swung crazily across above him.
When the wind blew the little flames of the fire danced crazily about.
And it was not comforting in the least to hear him begin to mutter crazily about the late captain, that old man buried in latitude 8 d 20', right in our way --ambushed at the entrance of the Gulf.
He might want to talk all night, try crazily to invade my privacy.
The insanity of fascist Modi has turned India in to a fire-ball where BJP followers are crazily going against Muslims all over India without knowing the backlash and repercussion of such actions.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen won a wet and crazily chaotic German Grand Prix littered with crashes and safety car periods on Sunday with Mercedes' Formula One leader Lewis Hamilton failing to score.
THE man who composed the crazily catchy jingle for the 1980s Shake n' Vac TV advert has died aged 78.
? The playbill for opening night at the Tower of Varieties and Circus looks crazily exotic: the Wonderful Brothers Clarke; Adas and Vulcana; Three Escaladors; Mademoiselle Pamamoto; Little Valdo (The Funniest Clown on Earth); Chiyokichi; The Leglere Troupe (famous acrobats); Three Martinettis; Willie Richard (alias Rabbit); The Mayos; Edgar and Eugene; Cliffe Berzac (animal acts); and last but not least, but possibly highest, The Zoes (champion aerial flying gymnasts).
Somewhat crazily, while not thinking clearly, he makes a run for it, through the fire escape door."
In the year-plus that he's let his locks flourish, he's been compared to comedian Steven Wright and two late, crazily coiffed icons: "Happy Little Trees" painter Bob Ross and Larry Fine of The Three Stooges.
This is also at a time when some Welsh Assembly politicians, enamoured with low-paid seasonal tourism jobs, want to crazily "re-wild" our countryside, laying waste to our farms, to create a massive playground called Wales for outsiders to visit on short-break holidays between their long-haul fuel-wasting jet-setting to more exotic sun havens.
I wanted to deal with the injury caused by a heartbreak." "I wrote this character who loved Alizeh so crazily.