There are 2 main translations of maniático in English:

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maniático 1

also: feminine: maniática


Example sentences
  • Yo soy algo maniático con esto y cada vez que no veo algún cambio reflejado en mis sitios lo primero que hago es borrar el registro de temas.
  • Lo que pasa es que cada vez estoy más maniático.
  • La gente no me cree porque soy bien maniático del orden.

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There are 2 main translations of maniático in English:

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maniático 2
also: feminine: maniática

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

  • 1.1 (delicado) See examples: no come nada que no haya preparado él mismo, es un maniático
    he won't eat anything that he hasn't prepared himself, he's incredibly fussy o finicky like that
    1.2 (fanático) See examples: es una maniática de la limpieza
    she's obsessed with o fanatical about cleanliness
    she has a real obsession with cleanliness
    maniáticos que comen solo arroz y algas
    cranks who eat only rice and seaweed
Example sentences
  • Vladimiro era un maniático de la seguridad, pues varios querrían desaparecerlo.
  • Y si es un asaltante o un maniático sexual?
  • A veces es agradable estar en manos de un maniático del control.

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