Definition of 'hangover'
Example sentences containing 'hangover'
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IT'S not just humans who appear to suffer hangovers from hell. The Sun (2016)She had a bad hangover. Times, Sunday Times (2017)I endlessly tell people that finals are all down to luck, getting the right questions and not having too bad a hangover on the day. Times, Sunday Times (2016)PS The festivities may be drawing to a close but there is still time to banish hangovers and get those grey cells working in my seasonal quiz. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Waking up to that news must certainly make a hangover feel better. The Sun (2014)But at my age the hangovers have become unbearable. Times, Sunday Times (2006)We had wondered if it might affect their morale but there was no hangover last night. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But there will be no hangover from the past. The Sun (2012)There is no difference between the fatigue this morning and a bad alcoholic hangover. An Alternative Approach to Allergies (1990)They took so much time that the hangover set in for about a decade. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You are simply suffering from a hangover. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It was like the first day at primary school and a very bad hangover all at once. THE LAST PARTY: Britpop, Blair and the demise of English rock (2003)Some appeared to be suffering a hangover from the weekend. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He was left dazed with a bad headache like a hangover. Times, Sunday Times (2011)His department feels as if it is suffering from a hangover. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But she is determined to get through it and sees the case as a hangover from her past. The Sun (2009)Want to avoid a bad hangover? Times, Sunday Times (2015)That didn't help him get over anything except a bad hangover. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It's all a hangover from old times. Somewhere East of Life (1994)The star took to a swing to get over a hangover after a night out near her home in California. The Sun (2006)If you remember, take two just before you crash out and two when you wake up to help reduce the hangover headaches. The Sun (2015)I wanted to succeed, and avoided nights out and hangovers. The Sun (2012)I think many of them recognise that this is one of those hangovers from the past that actually they would like to change. Times, Sunday Times (2010)His own story was that part of the day was regularly spent sprawled on the boxes, recovering from the hangover from the night before. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Australia are in the process of remaking themselves after the mass retirement of the greats, and they are feeling the hangover from the unending years of greatness. Times, Sunday Times (2009)While many predicted that the buyout boom would be back in full swing by now, the hangover from the past three years' acquisition binge continues to linger. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'hangover'
British English: hangover /ˈhæŋˌəʊvə/ NOUN
A hangover is a headache and feeling of sickness that you have after drinking too much alcohol.
He drank too much and had a massive hangover.
- American English: hangover
- Arabic: خُمَار
- Brazilian Portuguese: ressaca
- Chinese: 宿醉
- Croatian: mamurluk
- Czech: kocovina
- Danish: tømmermænd
- Dutch: kater
- European Spanish: resaca
- Finnish: krapula
- French: gueule de bois
- German: Kater Alkohol
- Greek: ζαλάδα μετά από μέθη
- Italian: postumi della sbronza
- Japanese: 二日酔い
- Korean: 숙취
- Norwegian: bakrus
- Polish: kac
- European Portuguese: ressaca
- Romanian: mahmureală
- Russian: похмелье
- Latin American Spanish: resaca
- Swedish: bakfylla
- Thai: การเมาค้าง
- Turkish: akşamdan kalma
- Ukrainian: похмілля
- Vietnamese: sự khó chịu sau khi uống rượu
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