There are 2 main translations of neura in English:

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neura 1

adjetivo

  • [familiar]eso me pone neura
    that drives me crazy o (inglés británico) mad [familiar]
    es tan neura
    he gets so uptight about everything
    [familiar]
    he gets in such a state o in such a flap about everything
    [familiar]
    he's so neurotic

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There are 2 main translations of neura in English:

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neura 2

sustantivo masculino y femenino

[familiar]
  • 2
    also: neura femenino
    está con la neura
    she's really uptight
    [familiar]
    she's in a real flap o state
    [familiar]
Example sentences
  • Debe ser porque se maneja una neura categoría exorcista.
  • Llego a la consulta médica con un neura galopante.
  • Era de origen maya y su neura tuve la sangre española.

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