1. умствен, мисловен
MENTAL age психическа възраст
MENTAL powers умствени способности
MENTAL test психологичен изпит
2. душевен
MENTAL case/patient душевноболен
MENTAL hospital психиатрия
3. мислен, вътрешен, неизказан
MENTAL arithmetic смятане на ум
MENTAL reservation мълчалива уговорка, неизказано възражение
4. разг. душевноболен, побъркан, смахнат
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{mentl} а 1. умствен, мисловен; mental age психическа възраст; mental po
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умствен; вътрешен; психичен; душевен; неизказан;
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1. mental age психическа възраст 2. mental arithmetic смятане на ум 3. mental case/patient душевноболен 4. mental hospital психиатрия 5. mental powers умствени способности 6. mental reservation мълчалива уговорка, неизказано възражение 7. mental test психологичен изпит 8. душевен 9. мислен, вътрешен, неизказан 10. разг. душевноболен, побъркан, смахнат 11. умствен, мисловен
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mental[´mentəl] I. adj 1. умствен, мисловен; \mental powers умствени способности; \mental test тест за интелигентност; психотехнически тест; 2. душевен; \mental case (patient) душевноболен; 3. мислен; който става в мислите, вътрешен, неизказан; \mental arithmetic смятане наум, "бабешко" смятане; 4. разг. душевноболен; побъркан, чалдисан, куку ; II. mental adj който се отнася до брадичката.

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