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Translation of "compulsive" - English-Spanish dictionary

compulsive

adjective   /kəmˈpʌl.sɪv/
doing something a lot and unable to stop doing it compulsivo a compulsive liar/thief/eater compulsive gambling a compulsive eating disorder8
If a film, play, sports event, book, etc. is compulsive, it is so interesting or exciting that you do not want to stop watching or reading it. absorbente I always find programmes about hospitals compulsive viewing. Her latest book is compulsive reading/a compulsive read.1062
compulsively adverb   /-li/ compulsiveness noun [no plural]   /-nəs/
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