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hypnotic
American English: /hɪpˈnɑdɪk/
British English: /hɪpˈnɒtɪk/

Translation of hypnotic in Spanish:

adjective

  • (suggestion/state)
    (voice/eyes/rhythm)
    Example sentences
    • She maintains that hypnotic subjects are asked basically to take on ‘what really amounts to a parody of epileptic symptoms.’
    • The importance of using both high and low hypnotizable subjects in hypnotic pain research is emphasized.
    • That means that the eye roll accounts for very little of the subject's hypnotic behavior.
    Example sentences
    • His voice may not be as pure as it once was, nor soar quite so magnificently, but it is still wonderfully hypnotic.
    • ‘Remember Me’ contains one of the greatest guitar riffs of all time and ‘Fear Of Drowning’ is wonderfully hypnotic.
    • This celebration conveys its own hypnotic delight, inviting us to suspend unanswerable questions about its ultimate purpose.

noun

countable or uncountable

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