Translation of "sicken" - English-Spanish dictionary


verb uk /ˈsɪk.ən/ us

to become ill

caer enfermo, enfermar
literary The child sickened and died.
UK ‘You look feverish. Are you sickening for (= about to become ill with) something?’

to cause someone to feel unpleasant emotions, especially anger and shock

The violence in the film sickened me.
He was sickened by/at the number of people who were hurt in the crash.

(Translation of “sicken” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)