Translation of amnesia in Spanish:


amnesia, n.

Pronunciation /æmˈniʒə/ /amˈniːzɪə/


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    amnesia feminine
    • He was suffering from total amnesia and dementia praecox and was duly incarcerated in an asylum in Rodez in central France.
    • Total amnesia may also result from a medical operation that goes wrong.
    • Reports by patients of memory loss are of the erasing of autobiographical memories or retrograde amnesia.
    • Mixed with alcohol it can cause severe disorientation, amnesia and loss of consciousness.
    • This period of childhood amnesia is now generally believed to end at about age three or four.
    • It tells the story of a woman suffering from psychogenic amnesia who wakes up daily with her mind a total blank.
    • Ordinary forgetfulness that emerges after a trauma must not be confused with amnesia for the trauma.
    • Another form of potentially blissful ignorance is traumatic amnesia.
    • One of the more interesting types of amnesia is what psychiatrists call the fugue state.
    • If encoding is absent, amnesia will follow, as in the case of many of our dreams.
    • In the wishful shelter of ignorance or amnesia, an abiding melancholy tends to creep into the populace.
    • He said in cases of defence of amnesia or automatism, the court had to carefully scrutinise all evidence.
    • Clearly, if I suffer selective amnesia, forgetting, say, five years of my life, I do not cease to be me.
    • He slept like a log, his amnesia forgotten, through the morning and the noon.
    • Were they to be subjected to artificial amnesia to make them forget what they saw and did?
    • It covers a range of clinical presentations from identity disorder to amnesia.
    • You are going to have to consider the difference between amnesia and automatism.
    • The deputy either has a very short memory or is suffering from political amnesia.
    • Post-traumatic amnesia is defined as ending when clear and continual memory returns.
    • One theory is that he has suffered a trauma which has caused amnesia, one of the methods the mind uses to retreat from a shock.