listen to the pronunciation of phobia
Englisch - Türkisch

Derin deniz fobisine sahip misin? - Do you have deep sea phobia?

Onun Yafa Cakes fobisi vardır. - He has a phobia of Jaffa Cakes.

belli bir şey veya duruma karşı duyulan aşırı korku
{i} korku

Derin deniz fobisine sahip misin? - Do you have deep sea phobia?

Güveler hakkında garip bir fobisi var. - He has a peculiar phobia about moths.

{i} fobi, yılgı, korku
aşırı derecede korku veya nefret
(Tıp) Nevrasteniklerde görülen ve belrili şeylere karşı duyulan koruk hali (geniş bir meydandang eçememe, trene binememe, v.s. gibi), marazi korku, fobi
specific phobia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) özgül fobi
animal phobia
hayvan fobisi
school phobia
okul fobisi
social phobia
Sosyal fobi
choking phobia
(Tıp) boğulma fobisi
crowd phobia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kalabalık fobisi
Englisch - Englisch
An irrational or obsessive fear or anxiety, usually of or about something particular
persistent irrational fear of an activity or object This leads to avoidance The fear is out of proportion of the reality of the threat
Extreme irrational fear and avoidance of the object of that fear
an anxiety disorder characterized by extreme and irrational fear of simple things or social situations; "phobic disorder is a general term for all phobias
{i} strong and persistent irrational fear
Pathological fear of some specific stimulus or situation
An abnormal fear of an object, experience, or place
A phobia is a very strong irrational fear or hatred of something. The man had a phobia about flying. a strong unreasonable fear of something phobia about (-phobia, from , from phobos ). Extreme and irrational fear of a particular object, class of objects, or situation. A phobia is classified as a type of anxiety disorder (a neurosis), since anxiety is its chief symptom. Phobias are generally believed to result when fear produced by an original threatening situation (such as a near-drowning in childhood) is transferred to other similar situations (such as encounters with bodies of water), the original fear often being repressed or forgotten. Behaviour therapy can be helpful in overcoming phobias, the phobic person being gradually exposed to the anxiety-provoking object or situation in a way that demonstrates that no threat really exists
An obsessive, persistent, unrealistic fear of an external object or situation
An intense fear of a specific object or situation Most of us consider ourselves to have phobias, but to be diagnosable, the fear must significantly restrict our way of life
a persistent, irrational fear of a specific object, activity, or situation that results in a compelling desire to avoid it
Used to form nouns meaning hate, born out of fear, directed towards a particular type of person

e.g. ''homophobia.

Controversially used to form nouns meaning political or religious organizations or viewpoints concerned with limiting or restraining a specific thing or idea

e.g. ''erotophobia.

Used to form nouns meaning fear of a specific thing

e.g. ''claustrophobia.

A reluctance to form a commitment in a romantic relationship
specific phobia
Catch-all for phobias to simple/isolated objects and situations that are too unusual to qualify for an individual name
specific phobia
Phobia to specific objects or situations, like tongues, fingers, or injections
specific phobia
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) A specific phobia is a generic term for any kind of anxiety disorder that amounts to an unreasonable or irrational fear related to exposure to specific objects or situations. As a result, the affected persons tend to actively avoid direct contact with the objects or situations, and in severe cases any mention or depiction of them
plural of phobia
school phobia
a child's sudden fear of attending school
school phobia
deep chronic fear of going to school
simple phobia
any phobia (other than agoraphobia) associated with relatively simple well-defined stimuli
social phobia
any phobia (other than agoraphobia) associated with situations in which you are subject to criticism by others (as fear of eating in public or public speaking etc)