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hysteria
American English: /həˈstɪriə/
, /həˈstɛriə/
British English: /hɪˈstɪərɪə/

Translation of hysteria in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • Example sentences
    • Various people are drunk or act strangely or approach mini entertaining hysterias - like whirlpools in cups of tea they pass quickly.
    • The world cannot tolerate these old claims, most times based on sheer hysteria and emotion.
    • The whole history of the US, indeed, is punctuated with scares, crazes and occasional mass hysteria.

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