Definition of 'bulimia'
Example sentences containing 'bulimia'
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It's not news to learn that the modelling world is rife with anorexia and bulimia. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It took me many years to overcome bulimia. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Others battle with bulimia or compulsive eating. Beyond Chaotic Eating (1993)It aims to help people with compulsive eating problems and bulimia. Coping with Bulimia (1987)Some will consider that a person can suffer from both anorexia and bulimia at the same time. Beyond Chaotic Eating (1993)From the sound of your letter, you may have bulimia and possibly anorexia as well. Christianity Today (2000)I thought it was a sign my anorexia and bulimia were getting better. The Sun (2011)Despite these views, it is obviously better to play safe and try to overcome bulimia before becoming pregnant. Coping with Bulimia (1987)She dyed her hair from its natural brown and suffered from anorexia and bulimia, weighing less than six stone in her teenage years. The Sun (2009)The end result of the bulimia, the eating and vomiting, is that the woman feels empty and entirely without needs. Beyond Chaotic Eating (1993)
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Translations for 'bulimia'
British English: bulimia /bjuːˈlɪmɪə/ NOUN
Bulimia or bulimia nervosa is a mental illness in which a person eats very large amounts and then makes themselves vomit.
- American English: bulimia
- Arabic: الشَرَه الَمرَصِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: bulimia
- Chinese: 暴食症
- Croatian: bulimija
- Czech: bulimie
- Danish: bulimi
- Dutch: boulimie
- European Spanish: bulimia
- Finnish: bulimia
- French: boulimie
- German: Bulimie
- Greek: βουλιμία
- Italian: bulimia
- Japanese: 過食症
- Korean: 과식증
- Norwegian: bulimi
- Polish: bulimia
- European Portuguese: bulimia
- Romanian: bulimie
- Russian: булимия
- Spanish: bulimia
- Swedish: bulimi
- Thai: โรคผิดปรกติทางอารมณ์ที่กินมากไปแล้วอาเจียนออก
- Turkish: bulimia
- Ukrainian: булімія
- Vietnamese: chứng cuồng ăn vô độ
Definition of bulimia from the Collins English Dictionary
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