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Translation of "hallucination" - English-Spanish dictionary

hallucination

noun   /həˌluː.sɪˈneɪ.ʃən/
an experience in which you see, hear, feel, or smell something that does not exist, usually because you are ill or have taken a drug alucinación A high temperature can cause hallucinations. auditory/olfactory hallucinations567
(Definition of hallucination from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hallucination

noun /həluːsiˈneiʃən/
the seeing of something that is not really there alucinación He had hallucinations after he took drugs.
hallucinate verb
to see or hear something that is not really there because of the effect of illness or drugs alucinar The fever had caused him to start hallucinating.
(Definition of hallucination from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “hallucination”
in Vietnamese ảo giác…
in Malaysian halusinasi…
in Thai อาการประสาทหลอน…
in French hallucination…
in German die Halluzination…
in Chinese (Simplified) 幻觉…
in Turkish sanrı, hayal…
in Russian галлюцинация…
in Indonesian halusinasi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 幻覺…
in Polish halucynacje, halucynacja…
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