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perceptive {adj} [able to perceive]
112
aufnahmefähig [mental]
confused {adj} [not in possession of all one's mental faculties]
9
bregenklöterig [nordd.] [ugs.] [verwirrt]
conscious {adj} [mental faculties not dulled]bei Besinnung
conscious {adj} [mental faculties not dulled]bei Bewusstsein [nachgestellt]
conscious {adj} [mental faculties not dulled]im Besitz des Bewusstseins
Verbs
to discern
501
wahrnehmen [mit den Sinnen, mental]
to empower sb. [mentally]
268
jdn. stärken [mental aufbauen]
to disable sb. [impair sb.'s physical or mental abilities]jdn. zum Invaliden machen
to exercise sth. [to tax its powers, i.e. under considerable physical or mental exertion]etw. (stark) in Anspruch nehmen
to imagine sth. [form a mental picture or idea of sth.]sichDat. etw. vorstellen (können)
to visualise sb./sth. [Br.] [form a mental image of sb./sth.]sichDat. jdn./etw. vorstellen [bildlich]
to visualise sb./sth. [Br.] [form a mental image of sb./sth.]sichDat. jdn./etw. bildlich vorstellen
to visualise sth. [Br.] [form a mental image of sth.]sichDat. etw. lebhaft vor Augen führen
to visualise sth. [Br.] [form a mental image of sth.]sichDat. etw. lebhaft vor Augen stellen
to visualize sb./sth. [form a mental image of sb./sth.]sichDat. jdn./etw. vorstellen [bildlich]
to visualize sb./sth. [form a mental image of sb./sth.]sichDat. jdn./etw. (vor seinem geistigen Auge) vorstellen
to visualize sth. [form a mental image of sth.]sichDat. etw. lebhaft vor Augen führen
to visualize sth. [form a mental image of sth.]sichDat. etw. lebhaft vor Augen stellen
Nouns
approach [mental]
4543
Denkansatz {m}
reason [rationality, mental sanity]
2441
Vernunft {f}
med. scar [also fig. (mental scar)]
2064
Narbe {f} [auch fig. (seelische Narbe)]
tranquility [Am.] [mental]
594
Gelassenheit {f}
sentiment [mental feeling]
434
Gefühl {n} [Emotionalität]
image [mental representation or idea]
227
Vorstellung {f} [(geistiges) Bild, Idee]
med. commitment [official consignment to a mental hospital]
196
Unterbringung {f} [Zwangseinweisung]
jar [mental or emotional shock]
122
Schock {m} [seelische Erschütterung]
perspective [mental view, prospect]
122
Betrachtungsweise {f}
perspective [mental outlook]
106
Gesichtspunkt {m}
percept [as a mental result or sensation]
104
Empfindung {f} [vgl. Perzept]
reception [(mental) approval or acceptance]
94
Zuspruch {m} [geh.] [Zustimmung, Anklang]
faculty [inherent mental or physical power]
50
Vermögen {n} [geh.] [Fähigkeit]
strain [mental pressure]
36
Stress {m}
bughouse [Am.] [coll.] [mental hospital]
28
Klapsmühle {f} [ugs.] [Irrenanstalt]
med. psych. retardation [mental, physical, sexual]
28
Zurückgebliebenheit {f} [geistig, körperlich, sexuell]
psych. stirrings {pl} [mental impulses]
20
Bewegung {f}
warp [aberration, distortion]
20
Neigung {f} [Abweichung, psychisch, mental]
quietness [mental]
19
Gelassenheit {f}
deficiency [esp. mental]
16
Behinderung {f} [bes. geistig]
idea [mental impression]
13
Eindruck {m}
intelligence [mental power]
12
Verstandeskraft {f}
psych. burnout [also: burn-out] [physical or mental collapse]
10
Ausgebranntsein {n} [Gefühl]
med. psych. burnout [physical or mental collapse]
10
Burnout {n}
psych. flow [mental state]
9
Flow {m} [Schaffens- oder Tätigkeitsrausch]
med. backwardness [mental, physical]
8
Zurückgebliebenheit {f} [geistig, körperlich]
recentering [Am.] [mental or ideological return to sth.]
7
Rückbesinnung {f} [auf Werte etc.]
med. psych. decrepity [obs.] [decrepitude] [mental infirmity of old age]
5
Altersblödigkeit {f} [veraltend]
[Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology and Mental Health]Institut {n} für Grenzgebiete der Psychologie und Psychohygiene <IGPP>
med. psych. burnout [physical or mental collapse]Burn-out {n}
hist. psych. spec. drapetomania [supposed mental illness among slaves]Drapetomanie {f} [sog. krankhafter Wandertrieb der Sklaven]
headwork [mental work]Kopfarbeit {f}
med. psych. phrenesia [obs.] [madness, mental disease]Hirnwut {f} [veraltet] [Besessensein von Wahnvorstellungen; Wahnsinn]
med. psych. senility [mental infirmity of old age]Altersblödigkeit {f} [veraltend]
med. psych. stupidity [mental indolence]Geistesträgheit {f}
educ. trainables [dated for: children and young people with severe or moderate mental retardation][Kinder und Jugendliche mit einer geistigen Behinderung]
tranquillity [esp. Br.] [mental]Gelassenheit {f}
wanderings [mental]wirre Gedanken {pl}
2 Words: Others
brain-fried {adj}überbelastet [mental]
2 Words: Verbs
to be behind [in physical or mental development]unterentwickelt sein
to be boggled [coll.]komplett daneben sein [ugs.] [mental]
to relieve tension [bodily and mental tension]Verspannungen lösen [körperliche u. psychische Anspannung]
3 Words: Verbs
med. psych. to be in therapy [from mental illness, alcohol / drug addiction]sich in (therapeutischer) Behandlung befinden [bei psychischer Krankheit, Suchterkrankung]
3 Words: Nouns
law order of commitment [to mental hospital etc.]Unterbringungsbefehl {m} [in psychiatrisches Krankenhaus etc.]
law warrant of commitment [to mental hospital etc.]Unterbringungsbefehl {m} [in psychiatrisches Krankenhaus etc.]
4 Words: Verbs
to keep sb./sth. on the rack [esp. Br.] [idiom] [keep up the mental pressure]jdn./etw. unter Druck halten [fig.] [selten] [ständig Leistung verlangen]
5+ Words: Verbs
to have no peace of mindnicht zur Ruhe kommen [psychisch, mental]
5+ Words: Nouns
doing math in your head [Am.] [mental arithmetic]Kopfrechnen {n}
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