gaga

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adjective ga·ga \ ˈgä-(ˌ)gä \

Definition of gaga

2 :marked by wild enthusiasm :infatuated, doting

Examples of gaga in a Sentence

  1. I can't understand how anyone could be so gaga over golf.

  2. He thinks that most artists are at least a little bit gaga.

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Origin and Etymology of gaga

borrowed from French, derivative of gaga "fool," of imitative origin


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gaga

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adjective

Definition of gaga for English Language Learners

  • : extremely enthusiastic about or interested in something or someone

  • : crazy or foolish


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