Translation of obsession in Spanish:


obsesión, n.

Pronunciation /əbˈsɛʃən//əbˈsɛʃ(ə)n/


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    obsesión feminine
    golf has become an obsession with him el golf se ha convertido en una obsesión para él
    • her unnatural obsession with cleanliness su obsesión / manía con la limpieza
    • my boss has an obsession about punctuality mi jefe tiene la manía de la puntualidad
    • he has an obsession about being watched tiene la obsesión / la manía de que lo vigilan
    • If you're able to think of architecture as frozen music then it's not hard to see how Mulholland's obsessions relate to each other.
    • Her own personality and obsessions continually inform her work, and she likes it that way.
    • As a critique of brand obsession and consumer fashion, it was a masterpiece.
    • However, this knowledge is not sufficient to enable them to stop the obsessions and compulsions.
    • Aside from football, one of Flynn's big obsessions is transport.
    • Here, Rumas sought to address how children absorb the phobias and obsessions of adults.
    • It became clear during the investigation that the attractive newlywed had been the subject of Wilson's obsessions.
    • It is certainly possible to argue that neurotic symptoms, like phobias or obsessions, are strictly determined.
    • I know that I will always have to write. It's more than a compulsion or obsession.
    • Just occasionally a show comes along that seems to capture the moment, its preoccupations and obsessions.
    • Its success may depend in part on our abiding obsession with England's victory 38 years ago.
    • Still, the fascination of the Scottish press with whether she is up the duff borders on obsession.
    • In today's world, obsessions become possessions and passions become fashions.
    • As the majority of my salary was swallowed up by my obsession, I ended up borrowing a lot of money to make ends meet.
    • His interest in national themes and obsessions has also brought his work wide public popularity.
    • Mapping the psycho-geography of the Americas was undoubtedly one of the obsessions of 20th century art.
    • So how did this obsession with theory and preparation actually come about?
    • The film seems to go out of its way to say that obsession is just that - obsession.
    • But Haig was also a progressive who shared the Edwardian obsession for efficiency.
    • I do not understand your obsession with the fool's gold that is electronic journal publishing.
    • Most of his young life seems to have been spent in the grip of these kinds of cultural obsessions.
    • Like Cronenberg, she's effectively collapsed body and mind obsessions into one.
    • The American obsession with therapy may almost be considered as a neurosis in its own right.
    • When he was appointed president in 1945, a fine arts development program was one of his obsessions.
    • Hers is a story of conspiracy and obsession, courtroom battles and ambition.
    • Occasionally Adam will become sidetracked from his boxing with obsessions over obscure martial arts.
    • Thus, it appears that our obsession with this imaginary family is flourishing healthily online!
    • It is something less than our finest hour, but highly revelatory of our national obsessions.
    • Argan is a hypochondriac and so his obsession with the match is far from selfless.
    • I don't have any kind of morbid obsession, but I just want to be in my death bed thinking I tried to be alive.
    • The Party's high command is now bordering on obsession in its concern over how to avoid a low voter turnout.
    • He was condemned to be himself, and to live with his obsessions, all the time.
    • He couldn't let it become a repeat of his two year obsession with James.
    • Another almost scary thing was his new obsession with the opposite sex.
    • When vision becomes unshakeable obsession, the potential for catastrophe may not be far away.
    • It can, however, be used as a pry bar to keep one from obsession if wielded in a certain way.
    • She didn't know what else to say, she couldn't relate to this obsession with grades.
    • Inventively humorous, with a gentle, steady touch and a universal appeal, this blog also shares some of my own obsessions.
    • I am so preoccupied with my obsessions that I am not capable of seeing one step back or one step ahead.
    • The dark abyss of the mind and its complexes and obsessions must be conquered.