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[()·かん()·かく()]
mukankaku
na adjective, noun

English Meaning(s) for 無感覚

na adjective, noun
  1. numb; impervious

Definition and Synonyms for 無感覚

Numbness partial or total lack of sensation in a part of the body
Synonyms: 無感覚, 痺れ, 痺れる, 痺れ感, 麻痺
Senseless unresponsive to stimulation
Synonyms: 無感覚
Undetectable barely able to be perceived
Synonyms: 無感覚
Insensible incapable of physical sensation
Synonyms: 無感覚
Asleep lacking sensation
Synonyms: 無感覚
Callous emotionally hardened
Synonyms: 冷淡, 冷淡無情, 冷酷, 無感覚
Insensible unaware of or indifferent to
Synonyms: 無感覚, 鈍感
Anaesthesia loss of bodily sensation with or without loss of consciousness
Synonyms: 無感覚
Unfeeling devoid of feeling or sensation
Synonyms: 無感覚
Insensibility devoid of passion or feeling
Synonyms: 冷淡, 冷酷, 無情, 無感覚, 非人情
Insensibility a lack of sensibility
Synonyms: 無感覚
Insensibility hardheartedness
Synonyms: 冷淡, 冷酷, 無情, 無感覚, 非人情
Numbness a symptom of nerve damage or dysfunction
Synonyms: 無感覚, 痺れ, 痺れる, 痺れ感, 麻痺

Meanings for each kanji in 無感覚

nothingness; none; ain't; nothing; nil; not Kanji Details »
emotion; feeling; sensation Kanji Details »
memorize; learn; remember; awake; sober up Kanji Details »

Categories 無感覚 is a member of

Insensitivity the inability to respond to affective changes in your interpersonal environment
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Unconsciousness a state lacking normal awareness of the self or environment
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Symptom any sensation or change in bodily function that is experienced by a patient and is associated with a particular disease
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Physiological State the condition or state of the body or bodily functions
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