Significado de nutjob en en inglés


Pronunciación /ˈnʌtdʒɒb/


  • A mad or crazy person.

    ‘The episode last week featured a bunch of well armed nut jobs having a shoot out with the feds.’
    • ‘Look at what the nutjobs are doing around the world now!’
    • ‘A visiting nut-job from the USA tells us to close down all prisons.’
    • ‘Me: I don't think she's that much of a nutjob.’
    • ‘There began my lifelong attachment to the idea that most people are total nut jobs.’
    • ‘Then again, I didn't want to appear like a complete nut job.’
    • ‘Instead, give it to me, a non-religious wacko nutjob!’
    • ‘The nutjobs were holed up inside a trailer home, which has walls made out of stuff that is barely thicker than cardboard.’
    • ‘He wondered if he hadn't fallen head over tail for a real nut-job.’
    • ‘And, you know, there are fringes and nut jobs on both sides.’
    • ‘Vega is seen here as vicious and impossibly vain, but not quite the psycho nutjob of the Japanese anime movie.’
    • ‘If disgraceful behaviour is putting up with nutjobs like her, then they must have been doing something right.’
    • ‘Here, one little nutjob decides that the wound on her leg is kinda cool.’
    • ‘Consider those nutjobs who believe that human life on Earth was seeded by aliens from outer space.’
    • ‘One necessary survival skill for living in New York City is knowing how to dispatch random nutjobs who approach you in public without pissing them off.’
    lunatic, maniac, psychotic, psychopath, schizophrenic