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nausea

noun /ˈnoːziə, (American) -ʃə/
(medical) a feeling of sickness
náusea, asco
She was suffering from nausea.
nauseate /ˈnoːzieit, (American) -ʒi-/ verb to make (someone) feel nausea
dar náuseas a, dar asco, asquear
It nauseates me to think that people harm wild animals in this way.
Translations of “nausea”
in Korean 메스꺼움…
in Arabic غَثَيان…
in French nausée…
in Italian nausea…
in Chinese (Traditional) 噁心,嘔吐感…
in Russian тошнота…
in Turkish bulantı, kusma hissi…
in Polish mdłości…
in Portuguese náusea…
in German die Übelkeit…
in Catalan nàusees…
in Japanese 吐き気…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恶心,呕吐感…
(Definition of nausea from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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