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phobia
American English: /ˈfoʊbiə/
British English: /ˈfəʊbɪə/

Translation of phobia in Spanish:

noun

  • I have a phobia about snakes/flying
    les tengo fobia a las serpientes/los aviones
    Example sentences
    • Irrational fears and phobias, for example, are essentially habits of mind that we acquire, not feelings we were born with.
    • It accounts for most of our fears, even our likes and dislikes, and phobias.
    • It is certainly possible to argue that neurotic symptoms, like phobias or obsessions, are strictly determined.

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