delirio en Inglés

Pronunciación
n. delirium, temporary mental disorder often caused by fevers or intoxication (characterized by hallucinations, delusions, excitement, etc.); overly excited state

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El delirio de una persona se le dice locura, el delirio de miles se le llama religión.
Delirium of one person is called madness. Delirium of thousands of people is called religion.
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Su delirio místico me aburre y no voy a seguir escuchando tantas boludeces, tengo cosas más importantes que hacer.
His mystical babble bores me, and I am not going to continue listening to such bullshit. I have more important things to do.
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Mi abuelo vive con el delirio de que aún estamos en guerra.
My grandpa is under the delusion that we're still at war.
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que lo estuvo siempre; que, cuando menos, padecía la enfermedad moral llamada por unos terror pánico y por otros delirio emotivo.
that he always was so; that, in the least, he suffered from that moral disease which some call ‘panic attacks’ and others call ‘emotional psychosis’.
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Como cada cual ama a su semejante, con delirio quería la madre a la mayor y era grande su aversión por la otra, a quien obligaba a comer en la cocina, condenándola a un trabajo incesante.
As people naturally love their own likeness, this mother was deliriously attached to her elder daughter; and she had a great aversion to the younger. She made her eat in the kitchen, and condemned her to work relentlessly.
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Sus delirios, ininteligibles para el vulgo, encerraban el misterio de los grandes sucesos humanos. Tchernoff describió la bestia apocalíptica surgiendo de las profundidades del mar.
His visions, unintelligible to the masses, nevertheless held within them the mystery of great human events. Tchernoff described the Apocalyptic beast rising from the depths of the sea.
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loca de remate. ¿Cómo puede decir eso una señorita?... Doña Elena, al sorprender fragmentariamente estos delirios de su sobrina, elevaba los ojos al cielo, absteniéndose en adelante de comunicarle sus opiniones,
Completely mad! How can a young girl talk in such a way? Surprising her niece in the ecstasy of these delirious ravings, Dona Elena would raise her eyes to heaven, abstaining thenceforth from communicating her opinions,
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que podía borrar con los pies. ¡Que viniesen los enemigos! Se consideraba con fuerzas para defenderse de todos ellos… Luego, al arrancarle la razón de su delirio heroico, intentó tranquilizarse
that he could grind under foot. Just let the enemy come! He could hold his own against the whole lot! Then, when his common sense brought him out of his heroic delirium, he tried to calm himself
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En el fondo de alguna cueva estaba la víctima, rota de cansancio, sacudida por el delirio, viendo todavía la sucesión de asaltantes brutales con el rostro dilatado por un entusiasmo simiesco.
In the depths of some cave, was lying the victim, half-dead with fatigue, shaken with a wild delirium in which she still saw the succession of brutal faces, inflamed with simian passion.
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Tal vez sufre delirios de grandeza.
Perhaps he's suffering from delusions of grandeur.
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Sinónimos

desvarío: extravío, exaltación, frenesí, locura, trastorno



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