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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 ?
or only a poor mad woman, misled by the delusion of a deranged mind?
Bartholomew was due to Charles IX's stomach being deranged.
It deranged his best plan of domestic happiness, his best hope of keeping Sir Walter single by the watchfulness which a son-in-law's rights would have given.
I told him--what I think it only right to repeat to you--that I do not feel justified in acting on my own opinion that her mind is deranged.
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.
And you know that a man who is deranged and not right in his mind, will fancy that he is able to rule, not only over men, but also over the gods?
As in former years, at the beginning of the spring he had gone to a foreign watering-place for the sake of his health, deranged by the winter's work that every year grew heavier.
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.
Such a delay would not have deranged my plans in the least," said Mr.
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.
The faithful maid had left the mistress, whom she had loved and served, sinking under a fatal illness--and had put another woman in her place, careless of what that woman might discover by listening at the bedside--rather than confront Emily after she had been within hearing of her aunt while the brain of the suffering woman was deranged by fever.
To speak plainly, the man's nervous system is seriously deranged.