What does "crazy nasty" mean? Is "crazy" used a lot to emphasize the adjective?
Answer from a Native speaker
You are correct. "Crazy" here is being used to emphasize the adjective "nasty". Informally in English the word "crazy" can be used to mean very, really, extremely or intensely, so it acts as an intensifier. Ex: Well, that was crazy stupid. Ex: She is crazy beautiful.
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