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mania US English

Mental illness marked by periods of great excitement, euphoria, delusions, and overactivity

-mania US English

Denoting a specified type of mental abnormality or obsession

egomania US English

Obsessive egotism or self-centeredness

infomania US English

The compulsive desire to check or accumulate news and information, typically via cell phone or computer

persecution complex US English

An irrational and obsessive feeling or fear that one is the object of collective hostility or ill-treatment on the part of others

mania US Thesaurus

fits of mania

mania English-Spanish

manía feminine

manía Spanish-English

tenerle manía a algn

manía persecutoria Spanish-English

persecution complex

manía persecutoria Spanish-English

persecution complex

manía de persecución Spanish-English

tenerle manía a algn

si le gritas te va a coger manía in coger Spanish-English

if you shout at him he'll take against you

el pescado siempre me cae mal — eso es una manía in manía Spanish-English

fish always upsets my stomach — that's just your imagination

tiene la manía de mirar debajo de la cama antes de acostarse in manía Spanish-English

she has this peculiar habit of looking under the bed before she gets into it