The structure is incorrect, rendering this sentence ungrammatical and therefore difficult to translate with complete confidence. However, I can say that it is most likely that the sentence intends to say "Anata ga kichigai desu.' This would translate as "You are crazy."
The language is Romanian and it means "me crazy".
chicas locas= crazy girls
The Crazy Life
This would translate to "Crazy London".
no. It translates to "opponent".
క్రేజీ source: google translate
Ustedes están locos if you are talking to all boys or boys and girls Ustedes están locas if you are talking to all girls.
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girls are crazy because we are so outgoing and love to express our feelings even if their sad or happy..
you are crazy
you say crazy in spanish is loco do you get me
Crazy Girls Undercover - 2008 is rated/received certificates of: USA:R
the girls are Hayato , Okori and Atori
Do what they like and if they have secrets tell them to tell you and they will, just don't say their secret out loud. Then all the girls will think you're a nice guy.
If you want to say that someone is crazy you say : Du är galen
Are you crazy? / Are you demented? / Are you foolish? - (Musculin - For boys) Est-ce que tu es fou? - (Féminin - For girls) Est-ce que tu es folle?
iam crazy about you
Hamlet was pretending to be crazy. he was depressed about his father dying then his mother marrying his brother. some say he was not crazy some say he was. Hamlet was pretending to be crazy. he was depressed about his father dying then his mother marrying his brother. some say he was not crazy some say he was.
Keep in mind that this is NOT a gramatically correct phrase anyway so it would be hard to translate so it made sense. You CAN say what you want to say in Spanish, I'm sure but it would have to be said differently.