Definición de monomania en inglés:

monomania

Saltos de línea: mono|mania
Pronunciación: /mɒnə(ʊ)ˈmeɪnɪə
 
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sustantivo

[mass noun]
Exaggerated or obsessive enthusiasm for or preoccupation with one thing: she has an obsession with the drug that verges on monomania [count noun]: at an early age he developed a monomania about Africa
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • His obsession verges on monomania, and he becomes ‘bewitched to her memory’.
  • Like most blogs, the content is erratic, syncopated by the intrusions of daily life, random interests, monomania, narcissism and booze.
  • Ferguson set up his retirement, cultivated outside interests, sought to escape his monomania - sought, in fact, to get bored with the struggle.
Sinónimos
obsession, fixation, idée fixe, ruling passion, consuming passion, mania, compulsion, fetish, preoccupation, hobby horse
informal bee in one's bonnet, thing

Derivativos

monomaniac

sustantivo & adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • So much concentration on the one issue gives floating and centrist voters the impression that the they are monomaniacs who have not changed.
  • The monomaniacs in the media are at it again, focusing all their attention on a single story to the exclusion of all others.
  • He is variously described as petulant, egotistical, paranoid, jealous, obsessive, a monomaniac - in short, a dangerous man to have in charge of weapons development.

monomaniacal

Pronunciación: /-məˈnʌɪək(ə)l/
adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Time always seems to contract when I have a lengthy to-do list and expand when I'm consumed by a monomaniacal obsession.
  • Braude is clear on this, but it appears that his critics in the media are almost monomaniacal in their fixation on anything involving money!
  • After their commendable performance in the days immediately following the attacks, the media are falling back on their old, familiar, monomaniacal ways.

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adjective
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