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a·nal·y·sand

 (ə-năl′ĭ-sănd′)
n.
A person who is being psychoanalyzed.

[From analyze, on the model of multiplicand.]

analysand

(əˈnælɪˌsænd)
n
(Psychoanalysis) any person who is undergoing psychoanalysis
[C20: from analyse + -and, on the model of multiplicand]

a•nal•y•sand

(əˈnæl əˌsænd, -ˌzænd)

n.
a person undergoing psychoanalysis.
[1930–35; analyse + -and as in multiplicand]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.analysand - a person undergoing psychoanalysisanalysand - a person undergoing psychoanalysis  
patient - a person who requires medical care; "the number of emergency patients has grown rapidly"
Translations

analysand

[əˈnælɪˌsænd] N (Psych) → sujeto m analizado, analizando m
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