Definition of 'inhibition'
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He wanted to say: Call me James, but caution, reserve, inhibition got in the way. THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: THE SANGREAL TRILOGY ONE (2004)
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Translations for 'inhibition'
British English: inhibition /ˌɪnɪˈbɪʃən; ˌɪnhɪ-/ NOUN
Inhibitions are feelings of embarrassment that make it difficult for you to behave naturally.
They behave with a total lack of inhibition.
- American English: inhibition
- Arabic: كَبْحٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: inibição
- Chinese: 约束
- Croatian: inhibicija
- Czech: zábrana chování
- Danish: hæmning
- Dutch: remming
- European Spanish: inhibición
- Finnish: esto
- French: inhibition
- German: Hemmung
- Greek: αναστολή αίσθημα
- Italian: inibizione
- Japanese: 抑圧
- Korean: 억제
- Norwegian: hemning
- Polish: zahamowanie
- European Portuguese: inibição
- Romanian: inhibiție
- Russian: подавленность
- Spanish: inhibición
- Swedish: hämning
- Thai: การหักห้ามใจ
- Turkish: ketlenme
- Ukrainian: стримування
- Vietnamese: sự ức chế
Definition of inhibition from the Collins English Dictionary
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