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    Dear all , I hear some terms in the film but unfortunately I'm not so sure whether I get it correctly or not;however I write it . & I become too glad if you help me with this terms:

    1)He's gone off the deep end...
    2)you should see a head doctor?

    best wishes

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    1-- he is behaving extremely strangely.
    2-- he should visit a psychiatrist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1364
    hello
    Dear all , I hear some terms in the film but unfortunately I'm not so sure whether I get it correctly or not;however I write it . & I become too glad if you help me with this terms:

    1)He's gone off the deep end...
    2)you should see a head doctor?

    best wishes
    to go off the deep end means to lose it, lose one's mind, act irrationally, to become obsessed with something.
    a head doctor is a psychiatrist.


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