Peut-être "qu'imprévisible" ferait l'affaire?HPF, if we search in a dictionary, we just find random = aléatoire (unpredictable).
If you are referring to another meaning, please explain.
"Random as in an adjective describing a person" does not describe what random means for you!
I can't say that I do.Random meaning someone who brings up things that dont really relate to anything being said by others...you know what i mean?
No, it doesn't mean stupid at all, simply not in touch with reality or practical matters.And finally eguele, deconnecté sounds like a good one but it also sounds like it means something like 'stupid'..does it not??? Thanks though!
It already did 20 years ago...By the way, in the UK, 'wicked' now means 'great', fantastic', 'wonderful'.
A great explanation in post #22, Tresley. And "random" is currently used by young people in just this way over here, too. A few more expressions used by my teen-ager and her friends, similar to those you have given.I'm in the UK, and 'random' seems to have a new meaning these days for British teenagers. Both my daughters use this word in a way that I would not. It's a word that is in vogue with teenagers over here at the moment......