crazy about

crazy about (someone or something)

Very enthusiastically fond of someone or something. Teri is just crazy about her new boyfriend and won't stop talking about him. Ever since she started taking lessons as a kid, Amy has been crazy about tennis. I'm not crazy about that place, so can we go somewhere else for dinner?
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crazy about someone or something

 and mad about someone or something; nuts about someone or something; crazy for someone or something
Fig. very fond of someone or something. Ann is crazy about John. He's crazy about her, too. I'm mad about their new song.
See also: crazy
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References in classic literature ?
The Good Sport said she was crazy about Englishmen.
The Good Sport said that she was crazy about the English accent.
Miss Leonard's friend said she was crazy about these picturesque old English families; and they went in to supper.
Why do we call someone who is crazy or crazy about something nuts?
Indeed, the only thing crazy about City's inability to win one of five European group games, is the tactics employed by the manager as they floundered.
I was crazy about it, and I wanted to get involved with sampling, but everyone was like, 'No, you're just a songwriter.' '2001' and 'Must Be Crazy' used samples, and people went, 'What the hell is it?' The record company wasn't crazy about this album at all.