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ill

adjective /il/
not in good health; not well enfermo, delicado She was ill for a long time. bad adverso, dañino He retired due to ill health These pills have no ill effects. evil or unlucky malo ill luck. ill- prefix badly mal… ill-equipped ill-used. illness noun a state or occasion of being unwell enfermedad, mal, dolencia There is a lot of illness in the village just now childhood illnesses. ill-at-ease adjective uncomfortable; embarrassed incómodo, molesto She feels ill-at-ease at parties. ill-fated adjective ending in, or bringing, disaster desafortunado an ill-fated expedition. ill-feeling noun (an) unkind feeling (towards another person) rencor, resentimiento The two men parted without any ill-feelings. ill-mannered / ill-bred adjective having bad manners maleducado He’s an ill-mannered young man. ill-tempered / ill-natured adjective having or showing bad temper malhumorado Don’t be so ill-natured just because you’re tired. ill-treat verb to treat badly or cruelly maltratar She often ill-treated her children. ill-treatment noun malos tratos the ill treatment of animals. ill-use /-ˈjuːz/ verb to ill-treat maltratar He was accused of ill-using the child. ill-will noun unkind feeling rencor, mala saña I bear you no ill-will (= I do not want any harm to come to you). be taken ill to become ill ponerse enfermo, enfermar He was taken ill at the party and was rushed to hospital. ill means unwell: He was very ill when he had pneumonia. sick means vomiting or inclined to vomit: He was sick twice in the car ; I feel sick.
(Definition of ill from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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