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Spanish translation of “queasy”

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queasy

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