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claus·tro·pho·bic

 (klô′strə-fō′bĭk)
adj.
1.
a. Relating to or suffering from claustrophobia.
b. Uncomfortably closed or hemmed in.
2. Tending to induce claustrophobia; uncomfortably confined or crowded: a claustrophobic little room.

claus′tro·pho′bi·cal·ly adv.

claustrophobic

(ˌklɔːstrəˈfəʊbɪk; ˌklɒs-)
adj
1. (Psychology) suffering from claustrophobia
2. unpleasantly cramped, confined, or closed in: narrow claustrophobic spaces.
ˌclaustroˈphobically adv
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.claustrophobic - uncomfortably closed or hemmed in; "a claustrophobic little room"
confined - not free to move about
2.claustrophobic - suffering from claustrophobia; abnormally afraid of closed-in places
afraid - filled with fear or apprehension; "afraid even to turn his head"; "suddenly looked afraid"; "afraid for his life"; "afraid of snakes"; "afraid to ask questions"
Translations
خَائِف مِنْ الَأمَاكِن الـمُغْلَقَةيَخافُ مِنَ الأماكِن المُغْلَقَه
klaustrofobní
klaustrofobisk
klaustrofobinen
klaustrofobičan
klausztrofóbiás
sem varîar innilokunarkennd
閉所恐怖症の
밀실 공포증의
klaustrofobický
klaustrofobisk
การกลัวที่อยู่ในที่แคบ
kapalı yer korkusu olankapalı yerlerden korkan
sợ không gian hẹp

claustrophobic

[ˌklɔːstrəˈfəʊbɪk]
A. ADJclaustrofóbico
B. N persona que padece de claustrofobia

claustrophobic

[ˌklɔːstrəˈfəʊbɪk ˌklɒstrəˈfəʊbɪk] adj
[place, atmosphere] → oppressant(e)
[person] to feel claustrophobic → avoir une sensation de claustrophobie

claustrophobic

adjklaustrophob(isch) (Psych); it’s so claustrophobic in herehier kriegt man Platzangst (inf); I get this claustrophobic feelingich kriege Platzangst (inf); a room of claustrophobic proportionsein Zimmer, in dem man Platzangst kriegt (inf)

claustrophobic

[ˌklɔːstrəˈfəʊbɪk] adj (person) → claustrofobico/a; (atmosphere) → claustrofobico/a, da claustrofobia

claustrophobia

(kloːstrəˈfəubiə) noun
fear of narrow, small or enclosed places.
ˌclaustroˈphobic adjective

claustrophobic

خَائِف مِنْ الَأمَاكِن الـمُغْلَقَة klaustrofobní klaustrofobisk klaustrophobisch κλειστοφοβικός claustrofóbico klaustrofobinen claustrophobe klaustrofobičan claustrofobico 閉所恐怖症の 밀실 공포증의 claustrofobisch klaustrofobisk klaustrofobiczny claustrofóbico вызывающий клаустрофобию klaustrofobisk การกลัวที่อยู่ในที่แคบ kapalı yer korkusu olan sợ không gian hẹp 幽闭恐怖症的
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