Traducción de hysterical en español:

hysterical

Pronunciación: /hɪˈsterɪkəl/

adj

  • 1.1 [Psychology/Psicología] histérico
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    • And as he watched her in confusion, Shelley's chuckle turned into an uncontrollable, hysterical fit of laughter.
    • Approach this end room and the first thing noticed will be the hysterical, uncontrollable laughter.
    • The young woman had crying fits, which were interspersed with screams and bursts of hysterical laughter.
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    • So I may be a cynical, hysterical, psychotic, twisted masochist.
    • Such a figure is literally and etymologically hysterical, as it is excessively feminized; it is also psychoanalytically hysterical.
    • Although Halle is not around to encounter Beloved, he too suffers trauma and exhibits hysterical symptoms.
    1.2 (uncontrolled) [fans/crowd] histérico he had a hysterical outburst le dio un ataque de histeria, se puso histérico she broke into a fit of hysterical laughter empezó a reírse histéricamente 1.3 (very funny) [colloquial/familiar] para morirse or desternillarse de (la) risa, tronchante (Spain/España) [colloquial/familiar]
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    • How did this role come to you, this very funny, hysterical gun moll role?
    • For the show, a group of puppeteers steps in and performs these calls with some very funny looking puppets on hysterical sets.
    • Extreme gore and hysterical pratfalls all combine in a truly memorable mix.

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