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mental

adjective uk   /ˈmen.təl/ us    /-t̬əl/
B2 [before noun] relating to the mind, or involving the process of thinking: The family has a history of mental disorder. A doctor was asked about the mental state of the prisoner. She had a mental picture (= a picture in her mind) of how the house would look when they finished redecorating it. UK slang crazy
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en coreano 정신의…
en árabe عَقْلي, ذِهْني…
en francés mental, psychiatrique…
en turco zihinsel, zihnî, aklî…
en italiano mentale…
en chino (tradicionál) 精神的, 思想上的, 心理的…
en ruso умственный, психический…
en polaco umysłowy, psychiczny…
en español mental, psiquiátrico…
en portugués mental…
en alemán seelisch, geistig, Nerven-……
en catalán mental…
en japonés 精神の…
en chino (simplificado) 精神的, 思想上的, 心理的…
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