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stupor

noun [no plural]
 
 
/ˈstjuːpər/
If someone is in a stupor, they are almost unconscious and cannot think clearly, especially because they have drunk too much alcohol: He staggered into the room in a drunken stupor.Sleep and sleepingDrunkenness and sobrietyLosing consciousness
Translations of “stupor”
in Spanish estupor…
in French stupeur…
in German die Benommenheit…
in Chinese (Traditional) 昏迷, 神智不清,恍惚…
in Russian оцепенение…
in Turkish sersemleme, baygınlık, bilinç yitimi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 昏迷, 神志不清,恍惚…
in Polish zamroczenie…
(Definition of stupor from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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