Gaga in spanish

Gagá

pronunciation: gɑgɑ part of speech: adjective
In gestures

gaga = gagá, chocho, lelo, memo. 

Example: So if Ellen and Baltar are anything to go by, it seems exceptionally smart people are a bit gaga.

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» be gaga in love with = caérsele la baba por, enloquecerse por, volverse loco por.

Example: Of course, an intimidated man can still be gaga in love with the strong, smart woman who intimidates him.

» go + gaga = chochear.

Example: Not saying he is going gaga or anything but it is probable that his memory is not what it was.

» go + gaga (over) = caérsele la baba por, enloquecerse por, volverse loco por, entusiasmarse con, embobarse con, quedarse embobado con.

Example: Indonesians people should not go gaga over Obama and the fact he once lived in Indonesia.
Gaga synonyms:
old in spanish: antiguo, pronunciation: oʊld part of speech: adjective crazy in spanish: loco, pronunciation: kreɪzi part of speech: adjective smitten in spanish: golpeado, pronunciation: smɪtən part of speech: adjective enamored in spanish: enamorado, pronunciation: enæmɜrd part of speech: adjective senile in spanish: senil, pronunciation: sinaɪl part of speech: adjective loving in spanish: amoroso, pronunciation: lʌvɪŋ part of speech: adjective infatuated in spanish: chiflado por, pronunciation: ɪnfætʃueɪtɪd part of speech: adjective dotty in spanish: punteado, pronunciation: dɑti part of speech: adjective doddering in spanish: chocho, pronunciation: dɑdɜrɪŋ part of speech: adjective doddery in spanish: doddery, pronunciation: dɑdɜri part of speech: adjective in love in spanish: enamorado, pronunciation: ɪnlʌv part of speech: adjective taken with in spanish: tomado con, pronunciation: teɪkənwɪð soft on in spanish: suave en, pronunciation: sɑftɑn
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