Definición de traumatic en inglés:

traumatic

Silabificación: trau·mat·ic
Pronunciación: /trəˈmatik, trou-, trô-
 
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adjetivo

1Emotionally disturbing or distressing: she was going through a traumatic divorce
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  • It was a traumatic episode with a distressing cliffhanger.
  • It was a deeply traumatic experience anticipating a police dog going berserk in the enclosed space that is Streatham Hill ticket office.
  • His lack of health was incredibly disturbing and traumatic for all of us, especially a young boy who idolised him.
Sinónimos
disturbing, shocking, distressing, upsetting, heartbreaking, painful, scarring, jolting, agonizing, hurtful, stressful, damaging, injurious, harmful, awful, terrible, devastating, harrowing
1.1Relating to or causing psychological trauma.
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  • Psychological reactions to traumatic events also affect sexual functioning.
  • Since the traumatic incident was, by definition, unpleasant, its repetition appeared to contravene the pleasure principle.
  • In addition, amnesia for traumatic events may occur in rare cases.
1.2 Medicine Relating to or denoting physical injury.
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  • Researchers know that one common thread in a body's reaction to a traumatic injury is inflammation.
  • All pregnant women with traumatic injury should be assessed formally in a medical setting.
  • This is the cause of chronic swelling that sometimes occurs after surgery or a traumatic injury to a limb.

Derivativos

traumatically

Pronunciación: /-ik(ə)lē/
adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • And I can't overlook how high-end consumption promises to do exactly what critics of the stuff have always yearned for, namely, to bring us together, often traumatically.
  • Since he had only recently, and traumatically, been released on to the dating market, I couldn't give this delusion the duffing up it deserved; but honestly, cooking alone does not earn brownie points from a woman.
  • He, too, traumatically abandons the young man.

Origen

mid 19th century: via late Latin from Greek traumatikos, from trauma (see trauma).

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