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Translation of "claustrophobia" - English-Spanish dictionary

claustrophobia

noun [no plural]   /ˌklɒs.trəˈfəʊ.bi.ə/
fear of being in closed spaces claustrofobia He suffers from claustrophobia so he never travels on underground trains. →  Compare agoraphobia 995
(Definition of claustrophobia from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

claustrophobia

noun /kloːstrəˈfəubiə/
(medical) fear of narrow, small or enclosed places claustrofobia She suffers from claustrophobia.
claustrophobic adjective
claustrofóbico the claustrophobic atmosphere of his basement flat.
(Definition of claustrophobia from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “claustrophobia”
in Vietnamese nỗi lo sợ mình bị giam giữ…
in Malaysian klaustrofobia…
in Thai โรคกลัวที่แคบ…
in French claustrophobie…
in German die Klaustrophobie…
in Chinese (Simplified) 幽闭恐怖(症)…
in Turkish kapalı yer korkusu…
in Russian клаустрофобия…
in Indonesian klaustrofobia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 幽閉恐懼(症)…
in Polish klaustrofobia…
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