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dis·in·hi·bi·tion(dĭs′ĭn-hə-bĭsh′ən, -ĭn-ə-, dĭs-ĭn′-)
1. Loss of inhibition, as through the influence of external stimuli such as drugs or alcohol, or as a result of brain damage.
2. Unrestrained behavior resulting from a lessening or loss of inhibitions or a disregard of cultural constraints.
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(Psychology) psychol a temporary loss of inhibition, caused by an outside stimulus such as alcohol or a drug
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dis•in•hi•bi•tion(dɪsˌɪn ɪˈbɪʃ ən, -ˌɪn hɪ-, ˌdɪs ɪn-)
1. a temporary loss of inhibition caused by an outside stimulus.
2. removal of a chemical inhibitor.
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disinhibitionn (psych) desinhibición f
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