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in·som·ni·ac

 (ĭn-sŏm′nē-ăk′)
n.
One who suffers from insomnia.
adj.
Having or causing insomnia.

insomniac

(ɪnˈsɒmnɪˌæk)
adj
(Pathology) exhibiting or causing insomnia
n
(Pathology) a person experiencing insomnia
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.insomniac - someone who cannot sleep
diseased person, sick person, sufferer - a person suffering from an illness
Adj.1.insomniac - experiencing or accompanied by sleeplessness; "insomniac old people"; "insomniac nights"; "lay sleepless all night"; "twenty watchful, weary, tedious nights"- Shakespeare
awake - not in a state of sleep; completely conscious; "lay awake thinking about his new job"; "still not fully awake"
Translations
مُصاب بالأرَق
trpící nespavostí
søvnløssøvnløs person
álmatlanságban szenvedõ
e-r sem òjáist af svefnleysi
trpiaci nespavosťou
uykusuzluk hastası

insomniac

[ɪnˈsɒmnɪæk]
A. Ninsomne mf
B. ADJinsomne

insomniac

[ɪnˈsɒmniæk] ninsomniaque m/f
She's an insomniac → C'est une insomniaque.

insomniac

n to be an insomniacan Schlaflosigkeit leiden

insomniac

[ɪnˈsɒmnɪæk] nchi soffre di insonnia

insomnia

(inˈsomniə) noun
inability to sleep. She takes sleeping-pills as she suffers from insomnia.
inˈsomniac (-ak) noun, adjective
(of) a person who suffers from insomnia.
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