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nauseous

Pronunciation: /ˈnɔːʃəs; ˈnɔːziəs; ˈnɔːsiəs; ˈnɔːz-/

Translation of nauseous in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 (bilious) to feel nauseous sentir* náuseas the mere sight of blood makes me (feel) nauseous me dan náuseas solo de ver sangre
    Example sentences
    • A day later I became nauseous, was vomiting, and I started bumping into the wall - I couldn't walk straight.
    • He had felt nauseous, wanted to vomit and, most distressing, felt he was ‘going mad’ and about to die.
    • Plus, she had been feeling queasy and nauseous.
    1.2 (sickening) [smell/taste/color] nauseabundo
    Example sentences
    • It wasn't that he was afraid of blood, on the contrary, but too much blood, exposed organs, and raw flesh with that nauseous stench could already make him sick.
    • The bonfires can be seen burning at various times throughout the day and night, with the resulting nauseous effluvia blowing towards the two local schools and several housing estates.
    • Those who remain loyal to Franklin survive on nauseous lichen scraped from the arctic rocks, or by boiling their own boots; others resort to cannibalism.
    Example sentences
    • It has every predictable, nauseous feel-good film cliche in it.

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