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doido

, a  
      adj   mad, crazy  
      m/f   madman/woman  
doido por      mad ou crazy about  
doido varrido ou de pedras      col   raving loony  


doído , a  
      adj   sore, painful  ,   (moralmente)    hurt,   (que causa dor)    painful
Translation Portuguese - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

doído, doído, doidão, dodói

"doido": examples and translations in context
Também ficavas doido com 20 chávenas de café. You'd be crazy, too, if you were operating on 20 cups of coffee.
Odeio o meu sangue deixar-me doido. I hate that my blood makes me crazy.
Era doido ou apenas doido, ou apenas um rapaz como vós... Was he crazy or was he just mad, or was he a boy just like you'll...
O qual significa mais daquele amor doido, querido. Which means more of that mad love, dear.
Desculpe o atraso, mas ja deve saber que tive um doido escondido no meu armario. I'm sorry to be late, but as you must have heard, a lunatic was hiding in my closet.
Só um doido acreditaria que Deus veio falar com ele. Only a lunatic would believe that God himself had come to talk to him.
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