to be off one's trolley translation | English-Spanish dictionary

to be off one's trolley exp.
estar chiflado

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
no tener apetito
no tener apetito
estar desganado
estar desprevenido
estar desganado
estar chiflado {or} chalado
no estar en forma
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to be off one's trolley
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a       n  
1      (esp Brit, in station, supermarket)   carrito    m     ,   (in hospital)    camilla    f  ,   (in mine)    vagoneta    f  
(=tea trolley)  
carrito    m     
(=drinks trolley)  
mesita    f   de ruedas  
IDIOMS to be off one's trolley        (Brit)  
*   estar chiflado *     
2      (US)   (=tram)   tranvía    m  
3      (Tech)   corredera    f   elevada
4      (Elec)   trole    m  , arco    m   de trole
b       cpd  
  trolley bus      n   trolebús    m     
  trolley car      n     (US)   tranvía    m     
  trolley pole      n   trole    m  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
"to be off one's trolley": examples and translations in context
Wouldn't it be great to be off alone. Sería genial estar los dos solos.
We're scheduled to be off the island tonight. Tenemos que dejar la isla esta noche.
I can't wait to be off this foul planet. No veo el momento de dejar este planeta sucio.
I want to be off this island in 48 hours. Quiero estar fuera de esta isla en 48 horas.
The 5,000 will need company if I'm to be off the hook. Los 5.000 necesitarán compañía si voy a quedarme tranquilo.
But they appear to be off-line. ...pero parece que están desconectados.
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