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Idioms for nuts
- to be extremely or excessively enthusiastic about; be fervent in one's admiration of: Both of them are nuts about chamber music.
- to be deeply in love with: He's nuts about his new girlfriend.
Origin of nuts
Words nearby nuts
Definition for nuts (2 of 3)
- a person who is very enthusiastic about something; buff; enthusiast; devotee: He's a real circus nut.
- an extremely concerned or zealous person: My boss is a nut on double-checking everything.
- a foolish, silly, or eccentric person.
- an insane person; psychotic.
- the operating expenses, usually figured weekly, of a theatrical production or other commercial enterprise; a break-even point.
- the total cost of producing a theatrical production or of forming and opening any new business venture.
- the ledge, as of ebony, at the upper end of the fingerboard, over which the strings pass.
- the movable piece at the lower end of the bow, by means of which the hairs may be slackened or tightened.
verb (used without object), nut·ted, nut·ting.
Origin of nut
OTHER WORDS FROM nutnut·like, adjective
Definition for nuts (3 of 3)
noun Egyptian Religion.
Example sentences from the Web for nuts
Some warned me, with widened eyes and fingers twirling in the air, that Manning is "kind of crazy," or "nuts."
“They thought I was nuts,” he said from his United Nations-protected room in Gaza City when we first talked.A Gay Jewish Zionist American Doctor in Gaza and What He Saw|Itay Hod|September 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Because all quacks operate using the exact same methods, which are enumerated with extreme detail in NUTS!
How he does it, and what happens when it all comes crashing down, is the story of NUTS!
While sharing a bowl of nuts, we discussed his films past and present.Rob Reiner on the State of Romcoms, ‘The Princess Bride’s’ Alternate Ending, and the Red Viper|Marlow Stern|July 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Monkeys at the sight of the nuts forgot their dancing and became (as indeed they were) Monkeys instead of actors.Aesop's Fables|Aesop
Strutt believed that nuts of the roundest sort were the original “marbles.”
Robinson put a couple of nuts in his hunting bag, and also the shells from the broken nuts.An American Robinson Crusoe|Samuel. B. Allison
It may be nuts to him and Mr. Arrowsmith to know that they have succeeded in driving my name out of the "N. & Q."
Nuts and water form a complete dietary, although I do not suggest that any reader should try it.Food Remedies|Florence Daniel
British Dictionary definitions for nuts (1 of 3)
British Dictionary definitions for nuts (2 of 3)
abbreviation for (in Britain)
British Dictionary definitions for nuts (3 of 3)
- an eccentric person
- a person who is mentally disturbed
- the ledge or ridge at the upper end of the fingerboard of a violin, cello, etc, over which the strings pass to the tuning pegs
- the end of a violin bow that is held by the player
verb nuts, nutting or nutted
Derived forms of nutnutlike, adjective
Word Origin for nut
Scientific definitions for nuts
Idioms and Phrases with nuts
In addition to the idioms beginning with nuts
- nuts about, be
- nuts and bolts, the
- drive someone crazy (nuts)
- from soup to nuts
- hard nut to crack