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mental

adjective /ˈmentl/
of the mind
mental
mental illnesses/disorders.
done or made by the mind
mental
mental arithmetic a mental picture.
for those who are ill in mind
psiquiátrico
a mental hospital.
suffering from an illness of the mind
mental
a mental patient.
mentality /-ˈtӕ-/ noun (a level of) mental power
mentalidad, intelecto
The team needs to develop a winnng mentality.
mentally adverb in the mind
mentalmente
You need to remain mentally strong in these situations. He is mentally ill.
Translations of “mental”
in Korean 정신의…
in Arabic عَقْلي, ذِهْني…
in French mental, psychiatrique…
in Italian mentale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 精神的, 思想上的, 心理的…
in Russian умственный, психический…
in Turkish zihinsel, zihnî, aklî…
in Polish umysłowy, psychiczny…
in Portuguese mental…
in German seelisch, geistig, Nerven-……
in Catalan mental…
in Japanese 精神の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 精神的, 思想上的, 心理的…
(Definition of mental from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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