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What does the term “Driving me nuts” exactly mean?
Does it mean it’s driving me foolish/mad or it’s driving me angry?

Please suggest.
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Hi Vicky,

Welcome to the Forum.

What does the term “Driving me nuts” exactly mean? It means something is driving me crazy. Often it also implies anger, because I guess that if you drive me crazy it makes me angry.

I sit next to her in class every day, but she never looks at me. It's driving me nuts! (No anger)

Don't be so noisy! I'm trying to study for my exam. You're driving me nuts! (Some anger)

Best wishes, Clive
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Hi Vicky5,

'Drives me nuts' or 'Drives my crazy' would generally mean something that makes you mad or foolish.
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Hi Vicky,

Welcome to the Forum.

What does the term “Driving me nuts” exactly mean? It means something is driving me crazy. Often it also implies anger, because I guess that if you drive me crazy it makes me angry.

I sit next to her in class every day, but she never looks at me. It's driving me nuts! (No anger)

Don't be so noisy! I'm trying to study for my exam. You're driving me nuts! (Some anger)

Best wishes, Clive

Thanks Clive for this wonderful explanation.
Otherwise this issue was really driving me nuts of late.

Thanks to rish as well.
thanks a lot