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hypnosisnoun [U]

uk   /hɪpˈnəʊ.sɪs/ us   /hɪpˈnoʊ.sɪs/
a mental state like sleep, in which a person's thoughts can be easily influenced by someone else: Under deep hypnosis she remembered the traumatic events of that night.
(Definition of hypnosis from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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hypnosisnoun [U]

us   /hɪpˈnoʊ·sɪs/
an artificially produced state of mind similar to sleep in which a person can be influenced to say or do things
(Definition of hypnosis from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “hypnosis”
in Vietnamese sự thôi miên…
in Spanish hipnosis…
in Malaysian hipnosis…
in Thai การสะกดจิต…
in French hypnose…
in German die Hypnose…
in Chinese (Traditional) 催眠狀態…
in Russian гипноз…
in Turkish uyutma, hipnoz…
in Chinese (Simplified) 催眠状态…
in Indonesian hipnosis…
in Polish hipnoza…
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