adj (-sier, -siest)
- 1.1 (sick) mareado the motion made him (feel) queasy se mareó con el movimiento my stomach's a bit queasy tengo el estómago revueltoMore example sentences1.2 (uneasy) intranquilo
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- She gets sick in cars and queasy whenever she steps on board a boat.
- Towards the end of the time that I was spraying with Metasystox, I began to feel queasy, a bit sick and would be starting a headache which became very bad and which, even after taking paracetamol would not clear up.
- The train journey was filled with little aggravating child noises and I was sitting in the wrong direction so arrive in LA feeling queasy and dizzy.
- The work combines a fourth-form puerility with a satirical current, one that leaves the viewer slightly queasy.
- Yet, for all that, it was hard not to feel slightly queasy about the prospects for the remainder of the Scottish season.
- All of which makes me feel slightly queasy and disinclined to buy so much as a new face cloth.
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