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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
(Definition of hysteria from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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