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lo·co  Masculine - Noun - Singular
Plural: locos
Feminine: loca
Plural and Feminine: locas
Diminutives: loquillo, loquillos, loquito, loquitos
Aumentatives: locón, locones, locote, locotes
  1. Translate "loco" to English: madman, crazy person, basket case, crackpot, cuckoo, head case, insane person, looney, loony, lunatic, mentally deranged, bug, coo-coo, crazy, dippy, fruitcake, looney tunes, loony tunes, nutter, bedlamite
    Spanish Synonyms of "loco": hombre loco, demente, energúmeno, loco perdido, lunático, persona demente, orate, chafirete
    Define meaning of "loco": Enfermo/a mental. ; Imprudente, que tiene poco juicio

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  3. Translate "loco" to English: abalone
    Spanish Synonyms of "loco": oreja de mar, oreja marina, abalone, abulón

  4. Translate "loco" to English: sea snail
    Spanish Synonyms of "loco": caracol marino, caracola, caracolillo marino, cobo

loco  Adjective
  1. Translate "loco" to English: crazy, bananas, batty, cracked, crazed, demented, deranged, dotty, ga-ga, gaga, insane, looney, loony, lunatic, mad, mentally unbalanced, nuts, nutsy, nutty, nutty as a fruitcake, off one's head, screwy, around the bend, Asiatic, bamboo, barmy, bats, berserk, bonkers, bonzo, buggy, bugs, bugsy, bunkers, cockamamey, cockamamie, cockamamy, cockeyed, crackbrained, crackers, crackheaded, daffy, dick-brained, el bonzo, gerpin, goofy, haywire, kookie, kooky, loco, looney tunes, loony tunes, loopy, loopy-loo, loose in the bean, loose in the upper story, luny, mental, meshegoss, meshigga, meshiggah, meshuga, meshugah, meshugas, mishoogeh, mishugah, nerts, nertz, not wrapped tight, nutso, nutsville, off one's bean, off one's chump, off one's conk, off one's noodle, off one's nut, off one's onion, off one's rocker, off one's trolley, out of one's gourd, out of one's head, out of one's skull, out of one's tree, out of one's wig, out to lunch, pixilated, round the twist, scatty, section 8, section eight, spare, wacky
    Spanish Synonyms of "loco": chiflado, enloquecido, alienado, alocado, chalado, demente, descabellado, deschavetado
    Define meaning of "loco": Enfermo/a mental. ; Imprudente, que tiene poco juicio

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  3. Translate "loco" to English: crazy
    Spanish Synonyms of "loco": alocado, de locos, venático, jalado
    Define meaning of "loco": Extraordinario/a. Se usa siempre en sentido positivo.
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  5. Translate "loco" to English: crazy, desperate, overexcited, frantic, wiggy
    Spanish Synonyms of "loco": sobreexcitado, frenético, desesperado, lleno de ansiedad, maniático

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