- adj.着迷的; 急迫的; 强迫性的; 难以释怀的
- 复数: obsessives;
- 副词: obsessively;
An abnormally obsessive preoccupation or attachment; a fixation.
Rowena, on the other hand , has phenomenal concentration: some might even consider her obsessive.
Love is an obsessive delusion that is cured by marriage.
Rich people are obsessive thinkers, tenacious geniuses and passionte about everything they do.
“富人都是偏报的思想家 、 固执的天才,对于他们做的所有事情充满热情. ”
An abnormal, often obsessive interest in excrement, especially the use of feces for sexual excitement.
嗜''.'粪'.''癖一种对粪便的病态的, 常常是过分痴迷的兴趣, 尤指为性兴奋而使用粪便.
If you fall into an obsessive pattern in high school, you've got two problems.
Abuse experts also decry the argument that a man's obsessive love can drive himall control.
Obsessive rituals, like only drinking out of a certain cup.
The actress is asking the court to protect her from an obsessive fan who is making her life a misery.
Alcoholism is a disease that really obsessive people often get.
He then told me the curious prehistory of his obsessive interest in the seduction theory ( Janet Malcolm )
然后他告诉了我他对诱惑理论产生强烈兴趣的奇怪的背景 珍尼特马尔科姆 )
Personality disorders, like obsessive compulsive disorder, came next.
She's obsessive about punctuality.
Objective To explore the relationship between symptoms psychopathology of depression with obsessive symptoms.
He is obsessive about work – and hates wasting money.
Dr. Alvarez : Dr. Twardon is talking about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, which can make others jumpy.
Personality disorders, acessive composive obsessive compulsive disorder, came next.
Personality disorders, like obsessive compulsive disorder , come came next.
His son had an obsessive drive to gain his father's approval.
Some people are obsessive about cleanliness.
He's becoming more and more obsessive about punctuality.
I am not an obsessive. Not at all.
An obsessive search for our inner selves, far from saving the world, could send us all mad.
You were suffering from a period of obsessive depression after losing your job.
Williams is obsessive about motor racing.
In a study published last year, psychologists coined the term workplace telepressure to describe an employee's urge to immediately respond to emails and engage in obsessive thoughts about returning an email to one's boss, colleagues or clients.
In a study published last year, psychologists coined the term "workplace telepressure" to describe an employee's urge to immediately respond to emails and engage in obsessive thoughts about returning an email to one's boss, colleagues or clients.
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1. characterized by or constituting an obsession;
"the obsessional character of his response"