nut case


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nut·case

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

nut′ case`


n.
Slang.
a deranged person; lunatic.
[1955–60]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.nut case - a whimsically eccentric personnut case - a whimsically eccentric person  
eccentric, eccentric person, oddball, flake, geek - a person with an unusual or odd personality
Translations
cvok
skør kule
hullu
luđak
気違い
괴짜
knasboll
คนเพี้ยน
người điên

nut case

مَجنُونٌ cvok skør kule Spinner τρελάρας chiflado hullu taré luđak eccentrico 気違い 괴짜 halve gare skrulling szaleniec louco псих knasboll คนเพี้ยน kaçık người điên 疯狂之人
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This resulted in me going to bed singing, "everyone's a fruit and nut case".
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His partnership with Denis Norden saw them writing for radio and TV and he famously did the voiceover for the Cadbury's Fruit & Nut chocolate advert featuring the line "Everyone's a fruit and nut case".
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"I know I am going to end up killing someone one day, but I'm not a nut case," another confessed.
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