English to Uzbek Meaning :: bonkers

Bonkers :
bonkers
- bonkers

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Adjective(1) informal or slang terms for mentally irregular

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(1) If your neighbour's dogs barking is driving you bonkers , use a video camera to tape the mutt howling.(2) It comes as a shock to find oneself joining the ‘Dear Sir, are we all going bonkers ?’(3) The alternative, which is of course always possible, is that half the town has gone stark, raving bonkers .(4) I'm not at all surprised by this story, for Manhattan life can be very hectic, very stressful, and, frankly, very bonkers .(5) When I suggest he could subsidise lower ticket prices by putting on fewer concerts he looks at me as though I am bonkers .(6) Well, provided you haven't gone completely bonkers and been committed, that may well be true.(7) Even now, mixed raced children either embrace a black identity or go bonkers trying to fit into a white society that won't accept them as one of their own.(8) Well, the outrageous Julie has always been bonkers , hasn't she.(9) But don't get stressed out and go bonkers in the middle of Boots.(10) Good god, he really has gone stark raving bonkers , hasn't he?(11) She most likely thought I was stark raving bonkers as I told the tale of my worries about leaving the gas on.(12) Another excellent Orb album that will leave you sufficiently bonkers until his next release.(13) Speaking for myself, I think Lynne must be perfectly bonkers .(14) The response of the Zionists was to go absolutely bonkers .(15) And, brilliantly insightful or bonkers , they'll still be worth hearing.(16) It would be bonkers for one council to act alone, but it would make sense if all three million people in Greater Manchester came to the same decision.
Related Words
Synonyms
Adjective
1. buggy ::
buggy
2. loco ::
loco
3. nutty ::
qiziqarli
4. loony ::
jinni
5. bats ::
ko'rshapalaklar
6. balmy ::
xushbo'y
7. nuts ::
yong'oq
8. wacky ::
jinni
9. batty ::
jinni
10. fruity ::
mevali
11. dotty ::
jinni
12. barmy ::
ko'pikli
13. round the bend ::
muyulishida
14. kooky ::
antiqa
15. loopy ::
loopy
16. cracked ::
darz
17. daft ::
Daft
18. crackers ::
kraker
19. whacky ::
Whacky
21. haywire ::
adashgan
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