Definition of mal de mer in English:

mal de mer

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Pronunciation: /ˌmal də ˈmɛː
 
, mal də mɛʀ/

noun

[mass noun]
Seasickness.
More example sentences
  • He had been feeling definite symptoms of mal de mer, caused more from his previous evening's carousing than from the motion of the boat.
  • It has become one of the most popular mal de mer remedies and many say it's the only thing that brings them relief.
  • Being seasick, or, mal de mer, as the French say, is not fun.

Origin

French.

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