round the bend

this time, I think Gordon's really gone round the bend

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  • Round the Bend — was a British children s television series, which ran for three seasons on Children s ITV, beginning in 1988. It was cancelled, supposedly following complaints from Mary Whitehouse s National Viewers and Listeners Association about the coarseness …   Wikipedia

  • round the bend — If someone has gone round the bend, they have stopped being rational about something. If something drives you round the bend, it irritates you or makes you angry …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • round the bend — ► round the bend informal mad. Main Entry: ↑bend …   English terms dictionary

  • round the bend —    mentally unbalanced    Going out of sight. Less often as around the bend or round the twist:     Keitel also is going round the bend, Jodl observed. (C. Forbes, 1983)     But I was around the bend. I was sort of like Lady Macbeth obsessed by… …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • round the bend —    If someone has gone round the bend, they have stopped being rational about something. If something drives you round the bend, it irritates you or makes you angry.   (Dorking School Dictionary) …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • round the bend — informal crazy. Tell me frankly: do you think my father s round the bend? I was sure I d locked that door. I must be going round the bend …   New idioms dictionary

  • Round the bend —   If someone has gone round the bend, they have stopped being rational about something. If something drives you round the bend, it irritates you or makes you angry …   Dictionary of English idioms

  • round the bend a — Go to (a)round the bend …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • round the bend — adjective informal or slang terms for mentally irregular it used to drive my husband balmy • Syn: ↑balmy, ↑barmy, ↑bats, ↑batty, ↑bonkers, ↑buggy, ↑cracked, ↑crackers, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • round the bend — adjective crazy, mad or insane …   Wiktionary

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