Definition of neurotic
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Translations for 'neurotic'
- British English: neurotic /njʊˈrɒtɪk/ ADJECTIVE
If you say that someone is neurotic, you mean that they are always frightened or worried about things that you consider unimportant.He was almost neurotic about being followed.
- Arabic: عِصَابِيُّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: neurótico neurótica
- Chinese: 神经质的
- Croatian: neurotičan neurotična
- Czech: neurotický
- Danish: neurotisk
- Dutch: neurotisch
- European Spanish: neurótico neurótica
- Finnish: neuroottinen
- French: névrosé
- German: neurotisch
- Greek: νευρωτικός νευρωτική
- Italian: nevrotico nevrotica
- Japanese: 神経過敏な
- Korean: 신경증에 걸린
- Norwegian: nevrotisk
- Polish: neurotyczny neurotyczna
- Portuguese: neurótico neurótica
- Romanian: nevricos nevricos, nevricoasă, nevricoși, nevricoase
- Russian: невротический невротическая
- Spanish: neurótico neurótica
- Swedish: neurotisk neurotiskt
- Thai: เกี่ยวกับโรคประสาท
- Turkish: nörotik
- Ukrainian: невротичний
- Vietnamese: dễ bị kích động
- British English: neurotic NOUN
A neurotic is someone who is neurotic.These patients are not neurotics.
Definition of neurotic from the Collins English Dictionary
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