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mania British & World English

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

-mania British & World English

Denoting a specified type of mental abnormality or obsession

egomania British & World English

Obsessive egotism or self-centredness

infomania British & World English

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

persecution complex British & World English

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

persecution mania in persecution complex British & World 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 English Thesaurus

she suffered from fits of mania

mania English-Spanish

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manía 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