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psychopath

noun   /ˈsaɪ.kə.pæθ/
specialized psychology a person who has no feeling for other people, does not think about the future, and does not feel bad about anything they have done in the past psicópata 341
( informal psycho) someone who is very mentally ill and dangerous psicópata 1140
psychopathic adjective   /-ˈpæθ.ɪk/ ( informal psycho)
psicopático A series of unsolved murders on the island has raised fears that a psychopathic serial killer is on the loose.341
(Definition of psychopath from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

psychopath

noun /ˈsaikouˌpæθ/
(medical) someone who has a serious permanent mental illness that makes them behave in a violent way. Psicopata
psychopathic /ˌsaikouˈpæθik/ adjective
Psicopática The killer has psychopathic tendencies.
(Definition of psychopath from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “psychopath”
in Vietnamese người tâm thần…
in Malaysian psikopat…
in Thai คนโรคจิต…
in Chinese (Simplified) 精神病患者,精神变态者, 变态人格者…
in Turkish ruh hastası, psikopat…
in Russian психопат…
in Indonesian psikopat…
in Chinese (Traditional) 精神病患者,精神變態者, 變態人格者…
in Polish psychopat-a/ka…
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