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Translation of "fetish" - English-Spanish dictionary

fetish

noun   /ˈfet.ɪʃ/
psychology a sexual interest in an object or a part of the body other than the sexual organs fetiche a rubber/foot fetish He has a fetish for/aboutfor high heels.632
fetishism noun [no plural]   /-ɪ.ʃɪ.zəm/ fetishistic adjective   /ˌfet.ɪˈʃɪs.tɪk/
(Definition of fetish from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fetish

noun /ˈfetiʃ/
an object worshipped, especially because a spirit is supposed to lodge in it. fetiche
something which is regarded with too much reverence or given too much attention obsesión It is good to dress well, but there is no need to make a fetish of it.
fetishism noun
fetichismo religious fetishism.
fetishist noun
fetichista
(Definition of fetish from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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