Spanish translation of 'queasy'
Word forms: comparative queasier, superlative queasiest
- (= nauseous)
⇒ his stomach was queasy
tenía el estómago revuelto
⇒ to be or feel queasy
⇒ the food made her (feel) queasy
la comida le revolvió el estómago
⇒ the slight rocking made her feel queasy
el ligero balanceo la mareó
⇒ it made him (feel) queasy to watch it
se mareó al verlo,
verlo le revolvió el estómago
- (= uneasy)
⇒ I had a queasy feeling about the whole thing
todo este asunto me inquietaba or me hacía sentirme intranquilo
Example Sentences Including 'queasy'
The gap wasn't very wide, but she was already feeling queasy.THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: The Sangreal Trilogy One (2004)
The thought that it had become the stage for Margarethe's death made him feel queasy.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
For a quick, queasy second I thought of the man who might have been Desmond Wilton, glimpsed at Piccadilly Circus on a Saturday night.Absolute Truths
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Translation of queasy from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary