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have got a screw loose
To be or seem particularly silly, eccentric, crazy, or mentally unstable. (Also worded as "have got a loose screw.") That guy on the corner has definitely got a screw loose because he's been standing out there yelling obscenities at passersby all morning. My old uncle Pete has got a few screws loose, but he's a really nice guy. What's the matter with you? Have you got a screw loose, or what?
slang A toilet or restroom. Primarily heard in UK. Excuse me, where's the loo? Pardon me, I just need to go use the loo.
A quaint, informal, and lighthearted expression of farewell. Primarily heard in UK. Thank you for your hospitality, but I had best be going. Toodle-oo! She waved out the window of the train to her family and shouted, "Toodle-oo!"
A quaint, informal, and lighthearted expression of farewell. Primarily heard in UK. Thank you for your hospitality, but I had best be going. Tootle-oo! She waved out the window of the train to her family and shouted, "Tootle-oo!"
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n. toilet. (Originally and primarily British.) I gotta use the loo. Be with you in a minute.
interj. Good-bye. Take it easy. Toodle-oo.
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