yo'q narsalarni ko'rmoq, eshitmoq, sezmoq
Verb(1) perceive what is not there; have illusions
(1) Immediately I am captivated by this picture-perfect creature before me, and I find myself wondering if he is even real or if I have begun to hallucinate .(2) By the time I actually made it to the clinic, I had been awake so long, and had been depriving myself of anything other than just water, that I was beginning to hallucinate .(3) Sleep deprivation really kicked in, and I started to actually hallucinate !(4) people sense themselves going mad and hallucinate about spiders(5) I had a job as a technician, but I began to hallucinate more and have irrational thoughts.(6) Welner explains that someone with a severe, brief, psychotic reaction, who has borderline personality disorder, might even hallucinate .(7) My mouth became a dust bowl, complete with tumbleweed and mini sandstorms, and I actually started to hallucinate about a bottle of Evian.(8) They became slaves to impulse, began to hallucinate , and, in a hypnotic trance, became completely vulnerable to the suggestions of leaders who might be thrown up.(9) He noted that with enough sleep deprivation, some people can develop mood changes and can even begin to hallucinate , ├ö├ç├┐all of which can lead to reduced quality of life.├ö├ç├û(10) He looked up at the ceiling and began to hallucinate .(11) At times I was suffering mild paralysis in my legs, and I think I was beginning to hallucinate , but one of the other drivers in a Ferrari 550 ended up in intensive care!(12) After awhile subjects become disoriented and begin to hallucinate uncontrollably.(13) He hallucinates three suns in the sky and cringes under the piano.(14) Several times I hallucinated Atlantic salmon beneath our hole.(15) Even his large-sized landscapes seem to reside on some interior metaphysical plane, their dense foliage and other natural features rendered with a hallucinant palette and fervid brushwork whose effect is by turns sensual and sinister.(16) Chris, come in here - I need you to look at something and tell me whether I'm hallucinating it or not!
1. have hallucinations ::
2. see things ::
3. be delirious ::
4. fantasize ::
6. see pink elephants ::
pushti fillar ko'rish
Different Formshallucinate, hallucinated, hallucinates, hallucinating
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