In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1eso me pone neura — that drives me mad British informal
- es tan neura — he gets so uptight about everything
masculine and feminine noun
1(persona)neurotices un neura — he's a complete neurotic
1está con la neura — she's in a real flap / state informal
- Llego a la consulta médica con un neura galopante.
- Por fin me ha dado la neura para escribir otra historieta.
- Era de origen maya y su neura tuve la sangre española.
- Espero que sea una neura mental todo esto.
- Debe ser porque se maneja una neura categoría exorcista.
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