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bonkers

  

      adj     (British)  
*   cinglé (e)  , dingue
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bonk, bone, Boer, blinkers

bonkers adj.
dingue ; cinglé ; insensé ; fou
aussi nom

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
v.
avoir l'air fou ; avoir l'air dingue
[Fig.];[Fam.]
n.
rupteur explosif
[Tech.]
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'bonkers' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
v.
be bonkers ; have lost one's marbles ; be loony ; be mad
[Fam.] Être dérangé, cinglé, fou
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"bonkers": examples and translations in context
I mean, you see how bonkers it sounds. Je sais à quel point ça a l'air fou.
Scurrying around in the attic, driving me bloody bonkers. Courant partout dans le grenier, ils me rendaient fou.
I must say, alan, two witnesses seems a bit bonkers. Je dois dire, Alan, deux témoins, ça me semble un peu fou.
The Secret Service has been driving me bonkers. Les Services secrets me rendent fou.
We should just think of excuses for when he goes bonkers. Nous devrions juste imaginer des excuses quand il devient fou.
Dessert chefs are, at times, getting more attention than their big name executives thanks to an active presence on Instagram or just for being utterly bonkers. Les chefs dessert sont parfois, obtenir plus d'attention que leurs cadres de grands noms grâce à une présence active, sur la photo, ou juste pour être tout à fait fou.
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