Translation of hypochondriac in Spanish:

hypochondriac

hipocondríaco, n.

Pronunciation /hʌɪpə(ʊ)ˈkɒndrɪak//ˌhaɪpəˈkɑndriˌæk/

noun

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    hipocondríaco masculine
    hipocondríaca feminine
    • Her patients range from the terminally ill to manipulative hypochondriacs, from veiled Bangladeshi women to convicted felons.
    • It has been the hot tech topic for hypochondriacs and health buffs for years.
    • And, finally, there could be cemeteries for hypochondriacs which are, and will remain, eerily empty.
    • For hypochondriacs reading this, tell the cool heart attack story.
    • It is no surprise, then, if hypochondriacs like her are the biggest culprits at wasting water.
    • And don't you dare think that migraines are just bad headaches for hypochondriacs.
    • It's nearly impossible to ignore such complaints, because now and then, even hypochondriacs get sick.
    • Finally, on to a book that will delight social historians and hypochondriacs alike.
    • Even hypochondriacs get sick, and the anti-discrimination lobby exists in part because real discrimination exists.
    • But I think that if people check themselves regularly, they will not become hypochondriacs, it will reassure them.
    • Some participants were instructed to show up at hospitals later, playing the role of hypochondriacs with mysterious symptoms.
    • I'm not a hypochondriac: other than this, my health is great.
    • Psychosocial problems may be, or become, predominant, especially if patients are treated as malingerers or hypochondriacs.
    • And like hypochondriacs, their diagnoses always are grim.
    • Is this an illness or is it an acceptable label for hypochondriacs?
    • So there are a few hypochondriacs around then?
    • We true hypochondriacs resent people like you.
    • Considering the number of hypochondriacs out there, that's probably just as well.
    • This is a valuable tool for individuals with compromised immune systems - and a virtual encyclopedia for hypochondriacs.
    • Jack wrote back explaining it's the sort of thing he's always wanted, not old hypochondriacs like myself in the city.

adjective

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    hipocondríaco
    • Lucy is a modestly successful artist encumbered with a drunken, hypochondriac father and an uncaring American boyfriend.
    • With his hypochondriac tendencies it's not hard to imagine why Mrs. Unger ran out of patience.
    • Meanwhile, she is seeking solace in a new TV series called Monk - about a hypochondriac detective.
    • It eliminates hypochondriac pain and relieves stagnated anger.
    • As the liver channel passes through the costal and hypochondriac regions, it causes pain in these areas.
    • If you're not in enough pain to sue for 450 billion dollars then you're just a hypochondriac trying to get out of work.
    • Does your hypochondriac friend really need to play in shin guards and a fitted plastic face mask?
    • Also heavily featured is a hypochondriac police psychologist who provides Mr Paz's love interest.
    • This point can be used in the treatment of disorders of zang organs, such as spleenomegaly, hepatomegaly, hypochondriac pain or jaundice.
    • It starts below the hypochondriac region, runs obliquely downward, then transversely around the waist like a belt.
    • Her portrayal as a hypochondriac makes for a beguiling approach and probably gives an accurate description of her journey.
    • My latent hypochondriac tendencies sometimes lead me to think that I am possibly displaying all the symptoms of SAD.
    • The great collateral of the spleen is distributed over the chest and hypochondriac regions.
    • In death Mrs. Churchill was quite forgiven; criticisms of the hypochondriac aunt transformed themselves into praise of the dead.
    • Roe quotes Haydon's memory of Hunt as ‘a painful, hypochondriac soul’.
    • The foot Shaoyang channel is distributed along the lateral side of the chest and hypochondriac region.
    • This causes hypochondriac pain, bitter taste in the mouth and a wiry pulse.
    • The Shrink's been working on a series of short stories all focusing on one central character - a hypochondriac former psychiatrist.
    • Used for hypochondriac enlargements such as splenohepatomegaly.
    • Mr Bennet is a very likeable character; sophisticated and witty; Mr Woodhouse is rather dim, a nervous, hypochondriac type.