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hypnosis

noun [no plural]   /hɪpˈnəʊ.sɪs/
a mental state like sleep, in which a person’s thoughts can be easily influenced by someone else hipnosis Under deep hypnosis she remembered the traumatic events of that night.17
(Definition of hypnosis from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hypnosis

noun /hipˈnəusis/
a sleep-like state caused by the action of another person who can then make the sleeper obey his commands hipnosis His act involves putting people under hypnosis.
hypnotic /-ˈno-/ adjective
hipnótico a hypnotic effect.
hypnotize verb ( (also hypnotiseBritish))
to put in a state of hypnosis hipnotizar The hypnotist hypnotized three people from the audience.
to fascinate completely hipnotizar, fascinar, encantar Her beauty hypnotized him.
hypnotism noun
the art of producing hypnosis. hipnotismo
hypnotist noun
hipnotizador
(Definition of hypnosis from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “hypnosis”
in Vietnamese sự thôi miên…
in Malaysian hipnosis…
in Thai การสะกดจิต…
in French hypnose…
in German die Hypnose…
in Chinese (Simplified) 催眠状态…
in Turkish uyutma, hipnoz…
in Russian гипноз…
in Indonesian hipnosis…
in Chinese (Traditional) 催眠狀態…
in Polish hipnoza…
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