drive (sb) crazy

This page is about the collocation drive (sb) crazy

collocation pattern: verb + adjective


to make somebody feel very annoyed or upset

For example

  • Working with those idiots is driving me crazy!

  • They're building a house next door and the noise is driving us all crazy.

Similar collocations include "drive (sb) mad", "drive (sb) insane" and "drive (sb) to distraction"

Quick Quiz

My kids were having fun, but they were driving me crazy so I

a. told them to be a bit quieter

b. told them to find a new home

c. told them to call an ambulance

Contributor: Matt Errey