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idiotic, crazy, mad, stupid, idiot, fool, madman, loony, idiocy, craziness, stupidity, foolishness, nonesense

Auslan SignbankDictionary#4276 idiotic
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As a Noun: 1. Behaviour which is foolish, silly or strange. English = foolishness, idiocy, craziness, stupidity. 2. A person whose behaviour is foolish, silly or strange. English = fool, idiot, madman. Informal English = loony. 3. Something written or said that you think is untrue, foolish or stupid. English = nonsense. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To say or do things which are foolish, silly or strange. English = (be) mad, (be) stupid, (be) crazy, (be) idiotic. Informal English = (be) loony. 2. To fool or take advantage of someone. Interactive: 1. Used alone to mean that you think what someone has said is untrue, stupid or foolish. English = 'Nonsense!', 'Rubbish!'