hypnotism

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hyp·no·tism

 (hĭp′nə-tĭz′əm)
n.
1. The theory or practice of inducing hypnosis.
2. The act of inducing hypnosis.

hyp′no·tist n.

hypnotism

(ˈhɪpnəˌtɪzəm)
n
1. (Psychology) the scientific study and practice of hypnosis
2. (Psychology) the process of inducing hypnosis

hyp•no•tism

(ˈhɪp nəˌtɪz əm)

n.
1. the study or practice of inducing hypnosis.
2. the act of hypnotizing.
[shortening of neuro-hypnotism, term introduced by British surgeon James Braid (1795–1860) in 1842; see hypnotic, -ism]
hyp′no•tist, n.

hypnotism

1. the science dealing with the induction of hypnosis, especially for therapeutic purposes.
2. the act of inducing hypnosis; hypnotizing.
3. hypnosis. — hypnotist, n.hypnotistic, adj.
See also: Psychology
the science that studies hypnosis and the process of inducing a hypnotic state. — hypnotist, n.
See also: Hypnosis
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hypnotism - the act of inducing hypnosishypnotism - the act of inducing hypnosis  
influence - causing something without any direct or apparent effort
Translations
تَنْويم مِغْناطيسي
hypnotismus
hypnose
hipnotizmus
dáleiîsla
hipnotizmas
hypnotizmus
hipnotizma

hypnotism

[ˈhɪpnətɪzəm] Nhipnotismo m

hypnotism

[ˈhɪpnətɪzəm] nhypnotisme m

hypnotism

nHypnotismus m; (= act)Hypnotisierung f

hypnotism

[ˈhɪpnətɪzm] nipnotismo

hypnosis

(hipˈnəusis) noun
a sleep-like state caused by the action of another person who can then make the sleeper obey his commands.
hypˈnotic (-ˈno-) adjective
ˈhypnotize, ˈhypnotise verb
1. to put in a state of hypnosis. The hypnotist hypnotized three people from the audience.
2. to fascinate completely. Her beauty hypnotized him.
ˈhypnotism noun
the art of producing hypnosis.
ˈhypnotist noun

hyp·no·tism

n. hipnotismo, práctica de la hipnosis.

hypnotism

n hipnotismo