Definition of 'psychological'
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I learned a good deal about Stanley Dean, too, and about his psychological problems. STAGE FRIGHT (2002)The psychological profiles they had studied, the charts they had projected, the whole scenario, all coming to fruition. THE LAST RAVEN (2002)
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Translations for 'psychological'
British English: psychological /ˌsaɪkəˈlɒdʒɪkl/ ADJECTIVE
Psychological means concerned with a person's mind and thoughts.
Her loss of memory is a psychological problem.
- American English: psychological
- Arabic: سَيْكُولُوجِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: psicológico
- Chinese: 心理上的
- Croatian: psihološki
- Czech: psychologický
- Danish: psykologisk
- Dutch: psychologisch
- European Spanish: psicológico
- Finnish: psykologinen
- French: psychologique
- German: psychologisch
- Greek: ψυχολογικός
- Italian: psicologico
- Japanese: 心理的な
- Korean: 심리학적인
- Norwegian: psykologisk
- Polish: psychologiczny
- European Portuguese: psicológico
- Romanian: psihologic
- Russian: психологический
- Spanish: psicológico
- Swedish: psykologisk
- Thai: เกี่ยวกับจิต
- Turkish: psikolojik
- Ukrainian: психологічний
- Vietnamese: thuộc về tâm lý
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