Translation of inhibited in Spanish:

inhibited

inhibido, adj.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈhɪbɪtɪd//ɪnˈhɪbɪdəd/

adjective

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    inhibido
    cohibido
    • These results are consistent with retrospective reports of infant irritability, insomnia, and colic among inhibited children.
    • Those who are dissatisfied tend to be self-conscious, inhibited and less effective either at work or socially.
    • She explained how she was very inhibited and self conscious about her accent when she first arrived in this country.
    • Now I like to think I sensed some connection between the artful potency of the image and the emotion that normally inhibited people were displaying all around me.
    • Too much criticism can throw them off balance and make them inhibited or self-conscious.
    • I felt I was very inhibited and shy and insecure in many ways.
    • Facing new situations is thought to result in gradual desensitization for the inhibited child, just as facing a feared stimulus does in the treatment of phobias.
    • Freud's inhibited, controlled nature extended to his autobiography, which concentrates almost entirely upon the development of psychoanalysis and tells us next to nothing about his personal life.