Definition of 'nausea'
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Pain and nausea are controlled by tablets or a syringe driver. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Rooms painted yellow can spark headaches and nausea. The Sun (2014)It can cause stomach pain and nausea. Christianity Today (2000)Avoid fried eggs as the fat may increase nausea. The Sun (2011)In adults the most common are headaches and nausea. Times, Sunday Times (2009)By midnight he is complaining of acute stomach pains and nausea. Times, Sunday Times (2008)That meant hair loss and nausea. Times, Sunday Times (2007)That's what causes most of the dizziness and nausea. The Sun (2011)Temporary side effects include headaches, nausea and mood changes. The Sun (2011)The charity said doctors must be warned of red flag symptoms such as back pain, unexplained weight loss and nausea. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Most of the other victims reported similar symptoms of nausea, a loss of consciousness and a hazy recollection of what had happened. Times, Sunday Times (2011)One man had to be rushed to hospital after suffering nausea and exhaustion after he opened a valve to reduce a build-up of steam at the plant. The Sun (2011)A barrage of sounds at frequencies just beyond human hearing could be giving people migraines, nausea and tinnitus, according to a study. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'nausea'
British English: nausea /ˈnɔːzɪə; -sɪə/ NOUN
Nausea is a feeling of sickness and dizziness.
I had a strong feeling of nausea.
- American English: nausea
- Arabic: غَثْيَانٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: náusea
- Chinese: 反胃
- Croatian: mučnina
- Czech: nevolnost
- Danish: kvalme
- Dutch: misselijkheid
- European Spanish: náusea
- Finnish: pahoinvointi
- French: nausée
- German: Übelkeit
- Greek: ναυτία
- Italian: nausea
- Japanese: 吐き気
- Korean: 구역질
- Norwegian: kvalme
- Polish: nudności
- European Portuguese: náusea
- Romanian: greață
- Russian: тошнота
- Spanish: náusea
- Swedish: illamående
- Thai: อาการคลื่นไส้
- Turkish: bulantı
- Ukrainian: нудота
- Vietnamese: sự buồn nôn
Definition of nausea from the Collins English Dictionary
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