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Translation of "queasy" - English-Spanish dictionary

queasy

adjective   /ˈkwiː.zi/
likely to vomit mareado I started to feel queasy as soon as the boat left the harbour. Just the thought of blood makes me queasy.579
queasily adverb   /-zɪ.li/ queasiness noun [no plural]   /-nəs/
(Definition of queasy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

queasy

adjective /ˈkwiːzi/
feeling as if one is about to be sick mareado, con náuseas The motion of the boat made her feel queasy.
(Definition of queasy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “queasy”
in Vietnamese buồn nôn…
in Malaysian loya, mual…
in Thai คลื่นไส้…
in French qui a mal au coeur…
in German unwohl…
in Chinese (Simplified) 要呕吐的,恶心的…
in Turkish rahatsız, midesi bulanan, iyi hissetmeyen…
in Russian испытывающий тошноту…
in Indonesian mual…
in Chinese (Traditional) 要嘔吐,噁心的…
in Polish mający mdłości, ≈ mdlić kogoś…
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