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psychoanalyse

(ˌsaɪkəʊˈænəˌlaɪz) or

psychoanalyze

vb
(Psychoanalysis) (tr) to examine or treat (a person) by psychoanalysis
ˌpsychoˈanaˌlyser, ˌpsychoˈanaˌlyzer n

psychoanalyse


Past participle: psychoanalysed
Gerund: psychoanalysing

Imperative
psychoanalyse
psychoanalyse
Present
I psychoanalyse
you psychoanalyse
he/she/it psychoanalyses
we psychoanalyse
you psychoanalyse
they psychoanalyse
Preterite
I psychoanalysed
you psychoanalysed
he/she/it psychoanalysed
we psychoanalysed
you psychoanalysed
they psychoanalysed
Present Continuous
I am psychoanalysing
you are psychoanalysing
he/she/it is psychoanalysing
we are psychoanalysing
you are psychoanalysing
they are psychoanalysing
Present Perfect
I have psychoanalysed
you have psychoanalysed
he/she/it has psychoanalysed
we have psychoanalysed
you have psychoanalysed
they have psychoanalysed
Past Continuous
I was psychoanalysing
you were psychoanalysing
he/she/it was psychoanalysing
we were psychoanalysing
you were psychoanalysing
they were psychoanalysing
Past Perfect
I had psychoanalysed
you had psychoanalysed
he/she/it had psychoanalysed
we had psychoanalysed
you had psychoanalysed
they had psychoanalysed
Future
I will psychoanalyse
you will psychoanalyse
he/she/it will psychoanalyse
we will psychoanalyse
you will psychoanalyse
they will psychoanalyse
Future Perfect
I will have psychoanalysed
you will have psychoanalysed
he/she/it will have psychoanalysed
we will have psychoanalysed
you will have psychoanalysed
they will have psychoanalysed
Future Continuous
I will be psychoanalysing
you will be psychoanalysing
he/she/it will be psychoanalysing
we will be psychoanalysing
you will be psychoanalysing
they will be psychoanalysing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been psychoanalysing
you have been psychoanalysing
he/she/it has been psychoanalysing
we have been psychoanalysing
you have been psychoanalysing
they have been psychoanalysing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been psychoanalysing
you will have been psychoanalysing
he/she/it will have been psychoanalysing
we will have been psychoanalysing
you will have been psychoanalysing
they will have been psychoanalysing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been psychoanalysing
you had been psychoanalysing
he/she/it had been psychoanalysing
we had been psychoanalysing
you had been psychoanalysing
they had been psychoanalysing
Conditional
I would psychoanalyse
you would psychoanalyse
he/she/it would psychoanalyse
we would psychoanalyse
you would psychoanalyse
they would psychoanalyse
Past Conditional
I would have psychoanalysed
you would have psychoanalysed
he/she/it would have psychoanalysed
we would have psychoanalysed
you would have psychoanalysed
they would have psychoanalysed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.psychoanalyse - subject to psychoanalytic treatmentpsychoanalyse - subject to psychoanalytic treatment; "I was analyzed in Vienna by a famous psychiatrist"
psychiatry, psychological medicine, psychopathology - the branch of medicine dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders
care for, treat - provide treatment for; "The doctor treated my broken leg"; "The nurses cared for the bomb victims"; "The patient must be treated right away or she will die"; "Treat the infection with antibiotics"
Translations
يُحَللُ تَحْليلا نَفْسِيّاً
léčit psychoanalyticky
psykoanalysere
pszichoanalizál
sálgreina
gydyti psichoanalizės metodu
lietot psihoanalīzipielietot psihoanalīzi
liečiť psychoanalýzou
psikanaliz yapmakruh çözümlemek

psychoanalyse

psychoanalyze (US) [ˌsaɪkəʊˈænəlaɪz] VTpsicoanalizar

psychoanalyse

, (US) psychoanalyze
vtpsychoanalytisch behandeln, psychoanalysieren

psychoanalyse

psychoanalyze (Am) [ˌsaɪkəʊˈænəˌlaɪz] vtpsicanalizzare

psychoanalyse

(American) psychoanalyze (saikəuˈӕnəlaiz) verb
to treat (a person suffering from mental illness) by discussing events in his/her past life which may have caused it.
ˌpsychoaˈnalysis (-ˈnӕləsis) noun
ˌpsychoˈanalyst (-list) noun
a person who gives this treatment.
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