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nausea

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈnɔːziə/
the unpleasant feeling of wanting to vomit: She was hit by a sudden wave of nausea.Digestive disordersVomiting and feelings of sickness
Translations of “nausea”
in Arabic غَثَيان…
in Korean 메스꺼움…
in Malaysian mual…
in French nausée…
in Turkish bulantı, kusma hissi…
in Italian nausea…
in Chinese (Traditional) 噁心,嘔吐感…
in Russian тошнота…
in Polish mdłości…
in Vietnamese sự buồn nôn…
in Spanish náusea, asco…
in Portuguese náusea…
in Thai อาการคลื่นไส้…
in German die Übelkeit…
in Catalan nàusees…
in Japanese 吐き気…
in Indonesian mual…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恶心,呕吐感…
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