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go nuts

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgo nutsgo nutsspoken a) to become very excited because something good has just happened The crowd went nuts after the third touchdown. b) to become very angry about something Mom’s going to go nuts if you don’t clean this mess up. nuts
Examples from the Corpus
go nutsIt was pure magic and Philadelphia fans went nuts.My classmate and I thought he had gone nuts.What if this man of yours just went nuts for no reason at all?Most of the walls are really light panels, so we don't go nuts from the dark.But a man could go nuts sitting around wondering about what might happen.The fans go nuts, stomping so loudly that they drown out the announcer.Every time Greene did something he went nuts, throwing his body around the field like a one-man Mardi Gras.So don't go nuts - use those leftovers in the following recipes.
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