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hysteria

noun /hiˈstiəriə/
a severe nervous upset which causes eg uncontrolled laughing or crying, imaginary illnesses etc.
histeria
uncontrolled excitement, eg of a crowd of people
histeria (colectiva)
mass hysteria.
hysterical /-ˈste-/ adjective of or suffering from hysteria.
histérico
hysterically /-ˈste-/ adverb
histéricamente
hysterics /-ˈste-/ noun plural a fit of hysteria.
histeria, crisis de histeria
a fit of wild laughter.
histerismo, morirse de la risa
go into hysterics to have a fit of hysteria.
tener un ataque de histeria/histerismo
Translations of “hysteria”
in Korean 히스테리…
in Arabic هيستريا…
in French hystérie, hystérie (collective)…
in Italian isterismo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 歇斯底里…
in Russian истерия…
in Turkish taşkınlık, galeyan, çılgınlık…
in Polish histeria…
in Portuguese histeria…
in German die Hysterie…
in Catalan histèria…
in Japanese ヒステリー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 歇斯底里…
(Definition of hysteria from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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