There are 2 main translations of maniaco in English:

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maniaco 1

also: maníaco
also: feminine: maníaca
also: feminine: maniaca
Example sentences
  • El tratamiento se enfoca en controlar la aparición y severidad de los episodios maniacos o depresivos que afectan al paciente.
  • El problema maniaco depresivo es un trastorno del talante, del humor.
  • La sensibilidad al cambio y la validez de concurrencia se realizo con 25 pacientes con diagnostico de trastorno afectivo bipolar episodio actual maniaco o mixto.

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There are 2 main translations of maniaco in English:

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maniaco 2 also: maníaco
also: feminine: maníaca
also: feminine: maniaca

Compounds

maniaco sexual

Example sentences
  • Era un maniaco de la música fácil de escuchar.
  • Otro punto importante es la elección de nuestra posición respecto al maniaco.
  • Después de todo, el peor enemigo del maniaco es él mismo.

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