Nuts about – English Idiom – Online English Lessons

To be nuts about something is to be very enthusiastic about it.

To be nuts about someone is to be very fond of someone, or to love them very much.

Examples of use:

1. I’m nuts about nuts and dried fruit!

2. Everybody knows Marko is nuts about Maria.

3. I’m nuts about you!

4. My son was nuts about trains when he was younger.

5. My friend is nuts about his new iPad – he hasn’t stopped talking about it since he bought it.

6. I like opera music, but I’m not nuts about it.

Can you use this expression in a sentence?

What are you nuts about?

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