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Crazy in Spanish 🇪🇸

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crazy loco
How to say “crazy” in Spanish? “Loco”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “loco” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on crazy in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the word “loco”:
– Associate the word “loco” with the English word “loco-motion” to think about someone moving around wildly or crazily.
– Think of the phrase “loco in the coco,” rhyming with “coco” as in “coconut” (as a lighthearted way to refer to someone’s head), to remember it relates to craziness.
– You might associate it with the similar-sounding “locomotive,” which moves fast and can seem uncontrollable, like a “crazy” train.

– “Loco” is an adjective used in Spanish to describe someone who has lost their mind, is behaving irrationally, or is wildly enthusiastic about something.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Insano: insane.
– Demente: demented.
– Chiflado: cracked, nutty.
– Desquiciado: unhinged.

Alternate meanings and slang:
– In some contexts, “loco” can also mean angry or extremely passionate about something.
– As slang, “loco” can be used in a positive sense, similar to “crazy good” or “insanely talented.”
– “Estar loco por alguien” means to be crazy about someone, used when expressing affection or love.
– “Hacer algo como un loco” means to do something like crazy.

Examples of sentences that use “loco”:
– “Mi hermano está loco, ayer saltó en paracaídas por primera vez.” (My brother is crazy; yesterday he went skydiving for the first time.)
– “Estoy loco por ti, no puedo dejar de pensar en nosotros juntos.” (I’m crazy about you; I can’t stop thinking about us together.)
– “Después de trabajar toda la noche, me siento totalmente loco.” (After working all night, I feel totally crazy.)
– “Aquel concierto fue loco, nunca he visto tanta energía en un lugar.” (That concert was crazy, I’ve never seen so much energy in one place.)
– “Cuando se enteró de la noticia, se puso como loco.” (When he heard the news, he went crazy.)

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