Spanish translation of 'psychic'
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Individuals with psychic powers join forces to bring down a sinister government agency that monitors and experiments on gifted individuals.The Sun (2010)
Live Psychic calls cost 1.53 per minute plus network extras.The Sun (2013)
Text a question and one of my gifted psychics will send you an answer.The Sun (2011)
The moon reaches full power in the psychic sector so you have a deeper understanding of people's feelings.The Sun (2016)
This study is looking at why people call psychics and whether this behaviour should be viewed as addictive and so require policymakers to take notice.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
And she hoped seeing a psychic would finally put her mind at rest.The Sun (2009)
Can psychics see the future?The Sun (2017)
EXPLORE the future with one of my gifted psychics or astrologers any day from 9am to midnight.The Sun (2010)
EXPLORE what the future could hold for you by talking to one of my team of gifted psychics and astrologers.The Sun (2012)
EXPLORE what the future holds by talking to one of my team of gifted psychics or astrologers.The Sun (2012)
FIND out what the future holds by talking to one of my team of psychics and astrologers.The Sun (2009)
FIND out what the future holds with a consultation from one of my gifted psychics and astrologers.The Sun (2008)
If you see a dodgy psychic all the information they get on you goes into a central data bank and other psychics can buy it.The Sun (2013)
No psychic powers are required.The Sun (2014)
Seeing a psychic can be very addictive.The Sun (2013)
YOU can explore what the future holds by talking to one of my gifted psychics and astrologers.The Sun (2012)
You don't see psychics winning the lottery.The Sun (2014)
Your new love has psychic powers.The Sun (2008)
Loneliness is the psychic pain that drives us to do something about our isolation.Christianity Today (2000)
This conflict causes psychic pain and symptoms of distress.Know Your Own Mind (1991)
The psychic power that has been raised is thus given back, enriched, to the participants.Music and the Elemental Psyche: A Practical Guide to Music and Changing Consciousness (1987)
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British English: psychic ADJECTIVE
If you believe that someone is psychic or has psychic powers, you believe that they have strange mental powers, such as being able to read the minds of other people or to see into the future.
The woman helped police by using her psychic powers.
Translation of psychic from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary