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nauseanoun [U]

uk   /ˈnɔː.zi.ə/ /ˈnɔː.zi.ʒə/  us   /ˈnɑː.zi.ə/  /ˈnɑː.zi.ʒə/
the ​feeling that you are going to ​vomit: Signs of the ​illnessincludefever, nausea, and ​vomiting.
(Definition of nausea from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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nauseanoun [U]

 us   /ˈnɔ·zi·ə, ˈnɔ·ʒə, ˈnɔ·ʃə/
a ​feeling of ​illness in the ​stomach that makes you ​think you are going to ​vomit
(Definition of nausea from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “nausea”
in Korean 메스꺼움…
in Arabic غَثَيان…
in Malaysian mual…
in French nausée…
in Russian тошнота…
in Chinese (Traditional) 噁心,嘔吐感…
in Italian nausea…
in Turkish bulantı, kusma hissi…
in Polish mdłości…
in Spanish náusea, asco…
in Vietnamese sự buồn nôn…
in Portuguese náusea…
in Thai อาการคลื่นไส้…
in German die Übelkeit…
in Catalan nàusees…
in Japanese 吐き気…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恶心,呕吐感…
in Indonesian mual…
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