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trau·ma

 (trô′mə, trou′-)
n. pl. trau·mas or trau·ma·ta (-mə-tə)
1.
a. Serious injury to the body, as from physical violence or an accident: abdominal trauma.
b. Severe emotional or mental distress caused by an experience: He experienced trauma for years after his divorce.
2.
a. An experience that causes severe anxiety or emotional distress, such as rape or combat: memories that persist after a trauma occurs.
b. An event or situation that causes great disruption or suffering: the economic trauma of the recession.

[Greek; see terə- in Indo-European roots.]

trau·mat′ic (-măt′ĭk) adj.
trau·mat′i·cal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.traumatic - of or relating to a physical injury or wound to the bodytraumatic - of or relating to a physical injury or wound to the body
2.traumatic - psychologically painful;"few experiences are more traumatic than losing a child";
painful - causing physical or psychological pain; "worked with painful slowness"

traumatic

Translations
traumatický
traumatisk
traumaattinen
traumatičan
外傷性の
충격적인
traumatisk
ซึ่งบอบช้ำทางจิตใจ
đau đớn

traumatic

[trɔːˈmætɪk] ADJtraumatizante, traumático

traumatic

[trɔːˈmætɪk] adj [incident, experience] → traumatisant(e)
It was a traumatic experience → Cela a été une expérience traumatisante.

traumatic

adjtraumatisch; it is traumatic to lose one’s jobseine Arbeit zu verlieren ist eine traumatische Erfahrung

traumatic

[trɔːˈmætɪk] adj (Med) → traumatico/a (Psych) (fig) → traumatizzante, traumatico/a

traumatic

جَرْحِيّ traumatický traumatisk traumatisch τραυματικός traumático traumaattinen traumatisant traumatičan traumatico 外傷性の 충격적인 traumatisch traumatisk traumatyczny traumático травматический traumatisk ซึ่งบอบช้ำทางจิตใจ travmatik đau đớn 创伤的

trau·mat·ic

a. traumático-a, rel. a un trauma.

traumatic

adj traumático
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