phobia
noun Etymology: -phobia Date: 1786 an exaggerated usually inexplicable and illogical fear of a particular object, class of objects, or situation

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  • ...Phobia — Cover to the standard edition of the album Studio album by Benassi Bros. Released …   Wikipedia

  • Phobia — (рус. фобия)  иррациональный неконтролируемый страх. Известно несколько фильмов с оригинальным названием Phobia, см. Фобия (фильм). В музыке: Phobia (альбом Breaking Benjamin) Phobia (альбом The Kinks) См. также Список фобий …   Википедия

  • ...Phobia — Phobia est le second album du groupe Benassi Bros, formé de Benny Benassi et de son cousin Alle Benassi.Il a été créé en 2005 et est la suite de l album Pumphonia de leur débuts. Il fut disque d or en France, avec l énorme succès des singles Ev …   Wikipédia en Français

  • …Phobia — Phobia …Phobia  второй, после Памфонии альбом проекта итальянских братьев Бенасси  Benassi Bros.. «Phobia»  гораздо более легкий альбом, нежели предыдущий, и таким успехом не пользовался. Был выпущен в марте 2005 года. Треклист Make me feel (feat …   Википедия

  • phobia — 1786, fear, horror, aversion, Modern Latin, abstracted from compounds in phobia, from Gk. phobia (in widespread popular use with native words from c.1800), from phobos fear, originally flight (still the only sense in Homer), but it became the… …   Etymology dictionary

  • -phobia — [fəubiə US fou ] suffix [in nouns] [: Late Latin; Origin: PHOBIA] 1.) technical a strong unreasonable dislike or fear of something, which may be part of a mental illness ▪ claustrophobia (=fear of being in a small enclosed space) ▪ aquaphobia… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • -phobia — [fō′bē ə, fō′byə] [Gr phobia < phobos, fear: see PHOBE] combining form forming nouns fear, dread, hatred [photophobia, Russophobia] …   English World dictionary

  • phobia — I noun abhorrence, abject fear, alarm, antipathy, anxiety, apprehension, aversion, awe, detestation, dislike, distaste, disturbance, dread, fear, fright, horror, loathing, obsession, panic, repugnance, terror, trepidation, unreasoned alarm,… …   Law dictionary

  • -phobia — [ foubiə ] suffix used for making nouns describing a strong feeling of disliking or being afraid of someone or something: technophobia (=not liking new technology, especially computers) arachnophobia (=fear of spiders) …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Phobia —    Film policier de John Huston, avec Paul Michael Glaser, Susan Hogan, John Colicos.   Pays: États Unis   Date de sortie: 1980   Technique: couleurs   Durée: 1 h 30    Résumé    Les expériences tentées par un psychanalyste sur des criminels… …   Dictionnaire mondial des Films

  • phobia — [n] fear anxiety, aversion, avoidance, awe, detestation, disgust, dislike, distaste, dread, fear, hang up*, hatred, horror, irrationality, loathing, neurosis, obsession, repulsion, resentment, revulsion, terror, thing*, thing about*; concepts… …   New thesaurus

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