Spanish translation of 'sicken'
1. (= make ill) poner enfermo
(= revolt) dar asco
it sickens me me da asco
it sickens me to think I missed the party me enferma pensar que me perdí la fiesta
caer enfermo ⧫ enfermarse
to be sickening for (= show signs of) mostrar síntomas de; (= miss) echar de menos ⧫ echar a faltar
I sicken at the sight of blood (el) ver sangre me da náuseas
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Example Sentences Including 'sicken'
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Then his little brother sickened, and died too.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
He said of the affair: 'I just was sickened by myself.The Sun (2014)
She says: 'It sickened me.The Sun (2014)
The entire nation was sickened by his murder.The Sun (2015)
What happened next has sickened the nation.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Used Rarely. sicken is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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British English: sicken VERB
If something sickens you, it makes you feel disgusted.
The notion that art should be controlled by intellectuals sickened him.
Translation of sicken from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary