From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnutsnuts[plural] informal a man’s testicles →nutnutsnuts1 /nʌts/ adjective [not before noun] informal1CRAZYcrazyAre you nuts?I’m going to go nuts (=become crazy) if I don’t find a new job soon.Turn that radio off. It’s driving me nuts (=annoying me very much).2 →go nuts3 →be nuts about/over somebody/something
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nuts• Hey, uniforms might be marvelous, but the notion they are a cure for the ills around us is nuts.• I mean, that is just nuts.• That one dude, it was nuts.• Are you nuts or something?• I think we are nuts Steve.• I told you you were nuts to live up there.• Now I know I was nuts to worry.• Joe especially is going nutstonight.driving ... nuts• Ram's startrip is driving everyone fuckin' nuts.• It will end up driving you nuts otherwise.nutsnuts2 interjection American English old-fashioned1used to emphasize that something bad or annoying has happenedNuts! Now we’re going to be late for the movie.2 →nuts to somebody/somethingNutsNuts /nʌts/ trademarka ladmag (=magazine for young men)publishedweekly in the UK. It has many pictures of women wearing not much clothing and articles about cars, football, and other things that interest young men.