Definition of 'seasick'

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He is a man in his fifties, as you know, portly and he gets seasick. Lunnon-Wood, Mike LET NOT THE DEEP (2002)helping his business, was turning out to be a disaster for all of You won't be seasick. Andrews, Virginia WEB OF DREAMS (2002)against the darkening shore, eyes alight as she helped the seasick Monique to vomit over the side. Ballard, J. G. RUSHING TO PARADISE (2002)We were high-tech seasick in a bad way, cranky and touchy, and nobody could tell us what we would find in the bowels of the floating city. Greg Bear VITALS (2002)

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Translations for 'seasick'

British English: seasick /ˈsiːˌsɪk/ ADJECTIVE
If someone is seasick when they are travelling in a boat, they vomit or feel sick because of the way the boat is moving.
It was quite rough at times, and she was seasick.
  • American English: seasick
  • Arabic: مُصَابٌ بِدُوارِ البَحْر
  • Brazilian Portuguese: com enjôo do mar
  • Chinese: 晕船的
  • Croatian: koji pati od morske bolesti
  • Czech: trpící mořskou nemocí
  • Danish: søsyg
  • Dutch: zeeziek
  • European Spanish: mareado barco
  • Finnish: merisairas
  • French: mal de mer
  • German: seekrank
  • Greek: πάσχων από ναυτία
  • Italian: che soffre il mal di mare
  • Japanese: 船に酔った
  • Korean: 뱃멀미의
  • Norwegian: sjøsyk
  • Polish: cierpiący na chorobę morską
  • European Portuguese: enjoado
  • Romanian: rău de mare
  • Russian: страдающий морской болезнью
  • Latin American Spanish: mareado
  • Swedish: sjösjuk
  • Thai: เมาคลื่น
  • Turkish: deniz tutmuş
  • Ukrainian: який страждає на морську хворобу
  • Vietnamese: bị say sóng


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