Translation of traumatic in Spanish:

traumatic

traumático, adj.

Pronunciation: /trəˈmædɪk//traʊˈmatɪk//trɔˈmædɪk//traʊˈmædɪk//trɔːˈmatɪk/

adjective

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    traumático
    traumatizante
    • Stop reading books about making things work with your wife and read a few about how to make the divorce less traumatic for them.
    • In Miller's case, the event was particularly traumatic, an awful bolt from the blue.
    • It was the the most painful and traumatic thing I have ever experienced but I am glad I decided to wait it out and see if I could do it naturally.
    • And while the trend in the county was less devastating it was nonetheless traumatic.
    • For many, the most traumatic and painful part of the disorder is the constant obsession with food and weight.
    • His lack of health was incredibly disturbing and traumatic for all of us, especially a young boy who idolised him.
    • It was a deeply traumatic experience anticipating a police dog going berserk in the enclosed space that is Streatham Hill ticket office.
    • While still agonizing over this traumatic separation, he is approached by a white man who offers him a picayune.
    • Kids who have gone through a traumatic divorce or the loss of a loved one may already be emotionally at risk.
    • It's as painful and traumatic as having a metal probe stuck under your fingernail to pull if off.
    • These are people that are next to you in a traumatic incident and that trust and support and respect has to be there.
    • For families of victims it is also deeply traumatic watching their loved ones struggle for breath.
    • The loss of innocence is not only inevitable, but it is also both traumatic and devastating.
    • We can only imagine this was indeed a most traumatic and horrifying discovery for the boy.
    • His daughter, now a healthy toddler, had open-heart surgery when she was a few weeks old, a time he remembers as traumatic and upsetting.
    • Let me tell you that throat cancer is not a pretty or a dignified way to go: it is humiliating and painful and traumatic for their families who are left to pick up the pieces.
    • It was a traumatic episode with a distressing cliffhanger.
    • This is going to be traumatic and painful and I want to shield myself from it as much as possible.
    • Divorce is traumatic enough without having to wait two years to get your case heard and sort out your life in a courthouse hall.
    • Separation and divorce are traumatic experiences for couples, their children and their extended families.