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cray

slang A shortened form of "crazy," meaning the same. Oh, she's cray—you can't trust a word she says. I thought his reaction to your tiny mistake was cray—screaming was definitely not necessary.

cray cray

slang A reduplication of a shortened form of "crazy," meaning the same. Oh, she's cray cray—you can't trust a word she says. I thought his reaction to your tiny mistake was cray cray—screaming was definitely not necessary.
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Bored with CDC's commercial drive, Cray left the company and founded Cray Research in 1972.
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