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Translation of "mania" - English-Spanish dictionary

mania

noun   /ˈmeɪ·ni·ə/
extreme enthusiasm or interest manía, obsesión football mania
(Definition of mania from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mania

noun /ˈmeiniə/
(medical) a form of mental illness in which the sufferer is over-active, overexcited, and unreasonably happy manía She was suffering from some kind of mania.
an unreasonable enthusiasm for something manía, obsesión He has a mania for fast cars.
maniac /-ӕk/ noun
an insane (and dangerous) person; madman maniaco He drives like a maniac.
manic /ˈmӕnik/ adjective
of, or suffering from, mania maniaco She’s in a manic state.
extremely energetic, active and excited frenético The new manager is one of those manic people who can’t rest even for a minute.
(Definition of mania from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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