- adjBritishcrazy, eccentric, deranged. The non-sense term was invented by the comic Viz for the character Roger Irrelevant and was adopted into student slang in the late 1990s.► He's completely hatstand and always has been.
Contemporary slang . 2014.
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Hatstand — Hat stand (h[a^]t st[a^]nd ), n. A stand of wood or iron, with hooks or pegs upon which to hang hats, etc. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
hatstand — Adj. Crazy, insane. Cf. totally hatstand and completely hatstand … English slang and colloquialisms
Hatstand — A hatstand or hall rack is a device used to store hats and often coats on, and umbrellas within.The front hall was the introduction to the house, and as such was an important part of the Victorian home. Furnishings were selected not only to make… … Wikipedia
hatstand — /ˈhætstænd/ (say hatstand) noun a tall stand with spreading arms or pegs on which hats, coats, etc., are hung … Australian English dictionary
hatstand — 1. noun A device used to store hats upon. Usually made of wood and standing at least five foot tall, they have a single pole making up most of the height, with a sturdy base to prevent toppling, and an array of lengthy pegs at the top for… … Wiktionary
hatstand — n. stand made of wood or iron with hooks for hanging hats and coats, hatrack … English contemporary dictionary
hatstand — noun a tall free standing post fitted with large hooks for hanging hats on … English new terms dictionary
hatstand — n. a stand with hooks on which to hang hats … Useful english dictionary
totally hatstand — Adj. Crazy, mad, insane. Adaptation of completely hatstand from Viz comic. Cf. completely hatstand and hatstand … English slang and colloquialisms
completely hatstand — Adj. Crazy, insane. Originally from Viz comic. Often abb. to hatstand . Cf. totally hatstand … English slang and colloquialisms