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Meaning of “claustrophobia” - Learner’s Dictionary

claustrophobia

noun [U]     /ˌklɒstrəˈfəʊbiə/
fear of being in a small or crowded placeFear and phobiasAnxiety and worry - general words
Translations of “claustrophobia”
in Spanish claustrofobia…
in Vietnamese nỗi lo sợ mình bị giam giữ…
in Thai โรคกลัวที่แคบ…
in Malaysian klaustrofobia…
in French claustrophobie…
in German die Klaustrophobie…
in Indonesian klaustrofobia…
in Chinese (Simplified) 幽闭恐怖(症)…
in Turkish kapalı yer korkusu…
in Russian клаустрофобия…
in Chinese (Traditional) 幽閉恐懼(症)…
in Polish klaustrofobia…
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