loco

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(isim) lokomotif
s., argo deli, çılgın
{s} deli
(Argo) üşütük
çılgın
lokomotif

Lokomotif trenin sonundadır. - The locomotive is at the end of the train.

Lokomotifler otobüslerden daha sık gelir. - Locomotives come more often than buses do.

{s} kaçık
loco weed
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) tatula
loco citato
yukarıda zikredilen
loco citato
(Latin) zikri geçen yerde
loco dolenti
(Tıp) loko dolenti
loco price
(Ticaret) fabrika fiyatı
in loco parentis
ana baba yerinde
price loco
(Ticaret) satın alım yerindeki fiyat
price loco
(Ticaret) satın alma yerindeki fiyat
İngilizce - İngilizce
certain species of Astragalus or Oxytropis
crazy

I think we're all a bit crazy. - I think we're all a bit loco.

A direction in written or printed music to return to the proper pitch after having played an octave higher or lower
locoweed, a plant capable of causing locoism
intoxicated by eating locoweed
locomotive
{f} make sick with locoism (animal disease caused by eating locoweed); make crazy, cause to go insane (Slang)
crazy in loco parentis
to place, establish, give in marriage
A direction in written or printed music to return to the proper pitch after having played an octave higher
(from Italian, meaning 'place') Instruction to play notes at the pitch written, cancelling a previous instruction that the notes be played an octave higher or lower than written
informal or slang terms for mentally irregular; "it used to drive my husband balmy"
{i} locoweed, leguminous plant which grows in the western and southwestern United States; locoism, disease which affects mainly animals and is caused by eating locoweed (Veterinary Medicine)
{s} crazy, insane (Slang)
A plant (Astragalus Hornii) growing in the Southwestern United States, which is said to poison horses and cattle, first making them insane
A plant Astragalus hornii growing in the Southwestern United States, which is said to poison horses and cattle, first making them insane. The name is also given vaguely to several other species of the genus Astragalus
to render insane or mad
{i} locomotive, engine (Slang)
The name is also given vaguely to several other species of the same genus
A locomotive
To poison with loco; to affect with the loco disease; hence Colloq
Any one of various leguminous plants or weeds besides Astragalus, whose herbage is poisonous to cattle, as Spiesia Lambertii, syn
Spanish word meaning "crazy"
Oxytropis Lambertii
Called also loco weed
Abbreviation for Low Coercivity Easier to encode and slightly less expensive than HiCo magnetic stripe cards
[Latin to place, to establish, to give in marriage]
loco disease
A disease of livestock caused by locoweed poisoning and characterized by weakness, lack of coordination, trembling, and partial paralysis. Also called loco, locoism
loco disease
(Veterinary Medicine) loco, disease which affects mainly livestock caused by locoweed poisoning (causes weakness, lack of coordination, trembling and partial paralysis)
loco disease
A chronic nervous affection of cattle, horses, and sheep, caused by eating the loco weed and characterized by a slow, measured gait, high step, glassy eyes with defective vision, delirium, and gradual emaciation
loco disease
a disease of livestock caused by locoweed poisoning; characterized by weakness and lack of coordination and trembling and partial paralysis
in loco parentis
Assuming the place or position of a parent

All persons in loco parentis have a responsibility to care for the child.

go loco
{f} become insane, go crazy, lose one's mind
in loco
In the place; in the proper or natural place
in loco parentis
(Latin) supervision by an administrative body that acts in loco parentis
in loco parentis
(Latin) in place of a parent
in loco parentis
having the responsibilities of a parent for someone else's child
in loco parentis
in place of the parents; "we had to punish this child in loco parentis
locos
plural of loco
loco