In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1histerismo masculinehisteria feminine
- Various people are drunk or act strangely or approach mini entertaining hysterias - like whirlpools in cups of tea they pass quickly.
- Tautou also does enough to suggest that beneath her happiness lies hysteria and an emotional volatility.
- Plus it played on a big fear of mine for the end of the first third, namely mob rule and mass hysteria.
- The mass hysteria by the zealots does not bode well for India or Hinduism.
- The media is trying to develop mass hysteria to support the war drive.
- When Diana died, the country was in a state of something close to mass hysteria.
- Am I remorseful that it got out of hand and escalated into mass hysteria?
- The mass hysteria that it created, however, particularly at the funeral, worried me immensely.
- The medicated result is a toxic level of mass hysteria for the patient, or in this case, the news subscriber.
- Whenever two people from the same side of politics differ there's mass hysteria.
- Perhaps it is too hot, or Madrilenos are just no good at building up mass hysteria.
- Another expert suggested that the resulting chaos of an attack would be worsened by mass hysteria.
- I have a tendency to put these things in the class of mass hysteria.
- Did you never wonder what these sudden waves of mass hysteria were about?
- The whole history of the US, indeed, is punctuated with scares, crazes and occasional mass hysteria.
- This invoked a further outbreak of mass hysteria amongst the fleet.
- The world cannot tolerate these old claims, most times based on sheer hysteria and emotion.
- Several researchers have noted that episodes of mass hysteria are probably far more common than we currently think.
- Many people thought they knew the end of the world was nigh, but were lying to prevent mass hysteria.
- If aliens were found, would it not be kept quiet due to the potential mass hysteria?
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