psychoanalyze

[sahy-koh-an-l-ahyz]
Also especially British, psy·cho·an·a·lyse.

Origin of psychoanalyze

First recorded in 1910–15; psycho- + analyze
Related formspsy·cho·an·a·lyz·er, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for psychoanalyse

psychoanalyse

US psychoanalyze

verb
  1. (tr) to examine or treat (a person) by psychoanalysis
Derived Formspsychoanalyser or US psychoanalyzer, noun
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Word Origin and History for psychoanalyse

psychoanalyze

v.

also psycho-analyse, psychoanalyse, 1911; see psycho- + analyze. Related: Psychoanalyzed; psychoanalyzing. Earlier was psychologize (1830).

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psychoanalyse in Medicine

psychoanalyze

[sī′kō-ănə-līz′]
v.
  1. To treat using psychoanalysis.
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