Translation of inhibition in Spanish:

inhibition

inhibición, n.

Pronunciation: /ɪn(h)ɪˈbɪʃ(ə)n//ˌɪn(h)ɪˈbɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1

    Psychology
    inhibición feminine
    to lose/get rid of one's inhibitions perder las inhibiciones
    • he has no inhibitions about discussing his personal problems habla de sus problemas personales sin ninguna inhibición
    • Further, it lowers inhibitions, spurring individuals who are inclined towards sexually abusive or deviant behaviors to act on their fantasies.
    • She then builds up a secondary inhibition to sexual arousal in order to avoid the frustration accompanying an unsatisfying sexual experience.
    • An imbalance of excitation and inhibition may underlie several neurological diseases, including autism, Tourette's syndrome and schizophrenia.
    • But Freud also acknowledged that purely external factors, rather than internal inhibitions, might prevent the direct expression of such impulses.
    • The moral that Freud drew from this reasoning was that the inhibition of natural emotional expressions could lead to dangerous consequences.
    • Similar calmodulin-mediated phosphorylations lead to inhibition of glycogen synthase.
    • Gamma-tocopherol partially protects insulin-secreting cells against functional inhibition by nitric oxide.
    • With respect to this subject, the reported DNA damage and inhibition of DNA repair functions by photooxidative reactions is an interesting aspect.
    • The alternative possibility, that the kinetic complexity of Mg-G-actin digestions arises from trypsin inhibition in these reactions, has been tested in two ways.
    • Flavonoids have diverse toxic effects including disruption of cellular respiration, inhibition of enzyme function, and interference with reproduction.
  • 2

    Chemistry Biology
    inhibición feminine