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We use the term phobophobia to name the fear of fear or of phobias. (The word phobia comes from the Greek for fear .)
No but Roomba is. Roomba is an automatic vacuum cleaner which moves around your house and picks up dirt and dust while moving. It does its job very well, saving you a lo…t of time and effort. It is worth taking a look at Roomba if you are going to shop for a vacuum cleaner.
I WISH I KNEW Because I have it too.. Its wierd that no one else is though.. I mean, its an uncontrollable sucking machine at the bottom of pools, that also rid…es up the sides. I dunno, I've been afraid of them since I was little, but hopefully theres a name for it so I'll feel less crazy.
A vacuum cleaner is used to suck up a mess or dirt in a carpet or on tile or wood floors, and all the gross junk goes into a bag or container you throw away or dump in tra…shcan. It's a device used in cleaning in which suction is the prime source for picking up dirt and debris from the floor, walls, upholstery etc via a vacuum in the machine. Standard vacuums stand upright and with the motor running have a brush that spins to aid in the cleaning along with the suction.
Phobophobia - fear of having a phobia.
Phobophobia, from the Greek phobos meaning fear Phobophobia. Phobophobia. (As in FDR's famous statement, "We have nothing to fear but fear itself".)
There does not appear to be a scientific term to specifically describe a fear of vacuums. Perhaps the fear stems from the loud noise the equipment makes or anxiety that you mi…ght lose something valuable while you operate it, a dropped wedding ring for example. The suction capability of most vaccuums is not enough to cause serious injury, but it may be enough to cause you to worry. Traumatophobia is the fear of injury. Ligyrophobia is the fear of loud noises. If your fear begins to negatively affect the quality of your life, or your happiness, then please consult with a doctor to help you to address your fear.
a vacuum cleaner uses air to create suction. in a vacuum there is no air. Therefore, the aswer is NO.
Phobatrivaphobia is the fear of trivia about phobias.
inside the vacuum head
Only if it is not crumpled up to the point that it would clog a machine.
vacuum-phobia or vacuum-cleaner-phobia
Phobophobia. (As in FDR's famous statement, "We have nothing to fear but fear itself".)
It is Latin for fear (usually irrational) and is a suffix for some Latin words and phrases. For example claustrophobia is the fear of enclosed/small spaces.
Although it is called a vacuum cleaner, it does not actually create a vacuum. Inside the cleaner there is an electric motor which drives a fan blade. This fan blows air out …of the vacuum cleaner and this causes air to be drawn in to the cleaner at the other end. Thus the cleaner works by creating an air flow, not a vacuum.