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Meaning of “trance” - Learner’s Dictionary

trance

noun [C]     /trɑːns/
a condition in which you are not completely conscious of what is happening around you or able to control what you are doing: He sat staring out of the window as if in a trance.Losing consciousness
Translations of “trance”
in Spanish trance…
in Vietnamese trạng thái hôn mê…
in Thai การอยู่ในภวังค์…
in Malaysian keadaan bersawai…
in French transe…
in German die Trance…
in Indonesian keadaan setengah sadar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 心理状态, 昏睡状态, 催眠状态…
in Turkish kendinden geçme, trans…
in Russian транс…
in Chinese (Traditional) 心理狀態, 昏睡狀態, 催眠狀態…
in Polish trans…
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