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sickness US English

The state of being ill

bush sickness US English

A deficiency disease of animals caused by a lack of cobalt in the soil (and hence in the diet)

milk sickness US English

A condition of cattle and sheep in the western US, caused by eating white snakeroot, which contains a toxic alcohol. It sometimes occurs in humans who have eaten meat or dairy products from affected animals

nail sickness US English

The condition of a structure that is held together with corroded nails

serum sickness US English

An allergic reaction to an injection of serum, typically mild and characterized by skin rashes, joint stiffness, and fever

sleepy sickness US English

Encephalitis lethargica, a brain infection causing drowsiness and sometimes coma

grass sickness US English

A disease of horses which affects the workings of the bowel and is usually fatal

motion sickness US English

Nausea caused by motion, especially by traveling in a vehicle

altitude sickness US English

Illness caused by ascent to a high altitude and the resulting shortage of oxygen, characterized chiefly by hyperventilation, nausea, exhaustion, and cerebral edema

radiation sickness US English

Illness caused by exposure of the body to ionizing radiation, characterized by nausea, hair loss, diarrhea, bleeding, and damage to the bone marrow and central nervous system

pregnancy sickness US English

Another term for morning sickness.

sickness benefit US English

(In the UK) benefit paid weekly by the state to an individual for sickness which interrupts paid employment

falling sickness US English

Archaic term for epilepsy.

sleeping sickness US English

A tropical disease caused by a parasitic protozoan (trypanosome) that is transmitted by the bite of the tsetse fly. It causes fever, chills, pain in the limbs, and anemia, and eventually affects the nervous system causing extreme lethargy and death

sweating sickness US English

Any of various fevers with intense sweating, epidemic in England in the 15th-16th centuries

morning sickness US English

Nausea in pregnancy, typically occurring in the first few months. Despite its name, the nausea can affect pregnant women at any time of day

mountain sickness US English

Another term for altitude sickness.

decompression sickness US English

A condition that results when sudden decompression causes nitrogen bubbles to form in the tissues of the body. It is suffered particularly by divers (who often call it the bends), and can cause pain in the muscles and joints, cramps, numbness, nausea, and paralysis

African horse sickness US English

A notifiable viral disease of horses, which is usually fatal. It is transmitted by biting insects and occurs chiefly in Africa, the Middle East, and the Mediterranean

sickness US Thesaurus

she was absent because of sickness

sickness English-Spanish

enfermedad feminine

motion sickness English-Spanish

mareo masculine

travel sickness English-Spanish

mareo masculine

altitude sickness English-Spanish

mal, soroche masculineAndes, apunamiento masculineSouthern Cone/Cono Sur, puna feminineChile

morning sickness English-Spanish

náuseas feminine plural (matinales)del embarazo

mountain sickness English-Spanish

mal, soroche masculineAndes, apunamiento masculineSouthern Cone/Cono Sur, puna feminineChile

sleeping sickness English-Spanish

enfermedad feminine del sueño

sickness benefit English-Spanish

subsidio masculine de enfermedad

sickness insurance in sickness English-Spanish

seguro masculine de enfermedad

a feeling of sickness in sickness English-Spanish

una sensación de náusea(s)

car/air/travel sickness in sickness English-Spanish

mareo masculineal viajar en coche, avión etc

in sickness and in health in in English-Spanish

en la salud y en la enfermedad

inform your employer of your sickness as soon as possible in sickness English-Spanish

dé parte de enfermo lo antes posible, comunique a su empleador que está enfermo lo antes posible

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