Translation of mind-expanding in Spanish:


psicodélico, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈmaɪndɪkˌspændɪŋ/

See Spanish definition of psicodélico


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    • Experimentation with mind-expanding drugs has become, for many, indulgence in mind-controlling drugs.
    • Guitars and mind-expanding drugs, that's what it's all about.
    • Our crystal ball sees mind-expanding drugs, a trip to the zoo, followed by a night in the cells.
    • Bert's well aware that the use of mind-expanding drugs has a long and honourable tradition in the search for what's really around us.
    • The first of these images arose when Hlongwane painted an image entitled Holy Herb, an image exploring the effects of marijuana as a mind-expanding drug.
    • But perhaps the most insidious aspect of the campaign for legalisation is the claim by some of its supporters that drugs have a mind-expanding effect on individuals and a progressive impact on society.
    • He was, it seems, referring obliquely to the haze created by all those mind-expanding drugs the beautiful people popped, mainlined and smoked.
    • So walking to a friendly, mind-expanding destination builds a sense of community, a willingness to get involved, a feeling of relationship.
    • From 1968 to 1972, their ever-increasing sense of self-importance spawned a cult of mind-expanding minions.
    • For the third year in a row, Schematic Records has dropped another amazing compilation of mind-expanding techno and hip hop-influenced metal machine music.
    • Sorry, I passed out there for a moment at the thought of having to fill an entire school holiday with creative and mind-expanding activities like painting, baking and learning Japanese.
    • I judge most magazines pretty harshly, and arrogantly avoid those that fall short of what I consider mind-expanding reading.
    • Apparently, little Tommy just isn't interested in the mind-expanding toy any more - he'd rather waste aliens or whatever on his computer.
    • Algebra, Shakespeare and the First World War have traditionally been among the more mind-expanding subjects faced by our pupils.
    • It's a thrilling, mind-expanding hobby that encourages our natural instincts to explore and play in our own environment.
    • There are some real winners on this album, but don't go looking for a mind-expanding experience.
    • As a result, she has a healthy appreciation for the mind-expanding benefits of travel.
    • For precocious local high-school students like Philip Guston, Jackson Pollock and Walter Hopps, it had provided a mind-expanding opportunity to see in person what they'd only read about in art magazines.
    • They achieved a huge worldwide audience, by one estimation six million readers over half a century, and garnered handy counter-culture cache during the mind-expanding 1960's.