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bilious
American English: /ˈbɪljəs/
British English: /ˈbɪlɪəs/

Translation of bilious in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1.1 (nauseous) See examples: to feel bilious
    sentirse descompuesto
    this sort of food makes me bilious
    este tipo de comida me hace mal al hígado
    bilious attack
    ataque (masculine) al or de hígado
    Example sentences
    • Two day old full term male with bilious vomiting and a palpable right lower quadrant mass.
    • The usual onset is 10 to 12 days of age, with presenting symptoms of gastric retention, bilious vomiting, ileus, abdominal distention and bloody stools.
    • When a neonate develops bilious vomiting, one should suspect a surgical condition.
    1.2 (sickening)
    Example sentences
    • On the walls, liverish or bilious colours such as some shades of green can be difficult, as can very bright fluorescent shades.
    • All the big noses and bilious hues of the two worlds seemed to have made appointments there.
    • Overall, though, this is a fine car, and so long as you opt for a colour less garish than the test version's bilious yellow, it offers a discreet way to have some motoring enjoyment.

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