Nuts meaning

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Crazy or foolish.
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Used to express disgust, scorn, disappointment, refusal, etc.
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Used to express contempt, disappointment, or refusal.
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Crazy; foolish.
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Plural form of nut.
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(vulgar, slang) Testicles.

Ohhh, he just got kicked in the nuts!

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(poker) A hand that can be proven unbeatable even when the hand's holder does not know any of the hidden cards the other poker players involved in a hand hold or held.
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(colloquial) Insane, mad.

After living on the island alone for five years, he eventually went nuts.

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(colloquial, figuratively) Crazy, mad; unusually pleased or, alternatively, angered.

I just go nuts over her fantastic desserts.

The referee made a bad call against the home team and the crowd went nuts.

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Nuts! They didn't even listen to what I had to say.

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Signifies rejection of a proposal or idea, as in forget it, no way, or nothing doing.
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Third-person singular simple present indicative form of nut.
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Extremely enthusiastic.

I'm nuts about opera.

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be nuts about
  • To be greatly in love with.
  • To be very enthusiastic about.
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Idioms and Phrasal Verbs

be nuts about

Origin of nuts

  • From nut
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition