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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.
Translations of “psychopath”
in Chinese (Traditional) 精神病患者,精神變態者, 變態人格者…
in Russian психопат…
in Turkish ruh hastası, psikopat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 精神病患者,精神变态者, 变态人格者…
in Polish psychopat-a/ka…
(Definition of psychopath from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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