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English expression - "Stir crazy"

Stir crazy - if you are inside for a long time and you really want to go out, you are getting stir crazy.

*Stir means mix but it can also mean “move.” Stir crazy is feeling like you want to move around and have more freedom.

“I've been studying all day! I'm going stir crazy, I need to take a break.”

"I go stir crazy every winter, I can't wait until the snow melts and I can go outside again."

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