Translation of dipsomania in Spanish:

dipsomania

dipsomanía, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌdɪpsəˈmeɪniə//ˌdɪpsə(ʊ)ˈmeɪnɪə/

noun

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    dipsomanía feminine
    • It's a beverage selection that neither Flandrau nor Fitzgerald, kindred spirits in dipsomania, would have approved of.
    • Blair spends much of the book whining about his dipsomania and sexually perverted thoughts.
    • The good news is I was already in therapy because of her dipsomania, and it was a free program!
    • Most of the world exists between the extremes of abstinence (Indonesia and Yemen bring up the rear) and the dipsomania of a Slovenia or a South Korea.
    • But for Blairites to attack Brown for networking, briefing the press and installing placemen is a little like an alcoholic accusing a social drinker of dipsomania.
    • He died of drink - not the social drinking which leads so often to ruin here - but the fiery, passionate dipsomania which is a common disease even in the very best circles of the Scandinavian countries.
    • He suffered from dipsomania (excessive bouts of drinking) and died at the age of 42.
    • Alongside Faye Dunaway, Rourke trashed his glamorous image to drag the audience into an abyss of dipsomania.
    • These characters could inhabit an early Waugh but not a later one, where dipsomania is not a joke but a debilitating disease that wrecks lives.
    • He gossips about the dipsomania in town whilst tracking down and smashing stills.
    • Did I mention I have fairly severe dipsomania?
    • When he sings about his marauding dipsomania and the opposite sex tearing his heart from his body, then stamping and twisting their heel into his hyper-sensitive organ on the squalid street, it rings true.