Definition of 'sick'
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The mere sight of one makes her feel sick and want to run away. The Sun (2011)They were sick of paying rent but thought owning would be impossible. The Sun (2015)No wonder the sick and ill of this country continue to suffer. The Sun (2010)What kind of sick people hurt pets like us? The Sun (2015)He was stunned to learn more money is spent on prison grub than food for the sick. The Sun (2011)The thought of this website makes me feel physically sick. The Sun (2010)You still worry like hell about things and you still have that sick feeling in your stomach. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Why do you get so greedy when you know it makes you sick? The Sun (2013)To give the offenders a year in custody is a sick joke. The Sun (2006)That sort of thing can make you feel a bit sick. The Sun (2014)No one likes feeling sick and ill. Banish Anxiety - how to stop worrying and take charge of your life (1991)Of course we must provide for the sick and people on genuinely hard times. The Sun (2006)Is this just another way of telling doctors to sign fewer sick notes? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Do not eat any food while feeling sick or vomiting. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The case comes amid fears youths in the city are using dogs to hunt cats as a sick sport. The Sun (2006)There is no health insurance, no sick pay. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)If and when your cat is sick again, act quickly. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The torment has also left him worried for his sick mother - and he fears reading the tweets might make her worse. The Sun (2012)She says: 'I felt sick to my stomach. The Sun (2009)I'm worried sick what will happen if she tries It again. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'sick'
British English: sick /sɪk/ ADJECTIVE
If you are sick, you are ill.
He's very sick. He needs medication.
- American English: sick
- Arabic: عَلِيل
- Brazilian Portuguese: doente
- Chinese: 病的
- Croatian: bolestan
- Czech: nevolno
- Danish: syg
- Dutch: ziek
- European Spanish: enfermo
- Finnish: pahoinvoiva
- French: malade
- German: krank
- Greek: άρρωστος
- Italian: malato
- Japanese: 吐き気がする
- Korean: 병든
- Norwegian: kvalm
- Polish: chory
- European Portuguese: doente
- Romanian: bolnav
- Russian: чувствующий недомогание
- Spanish: enfermo
- Swedish: sjuk
- Thai: ป่วย
- Turkish: hasta
- Ukrainian: хворий
- Vietnamese: buồn nôn
British English: sick NOUN
The sick are people who are sick.
There were no doctors to treat the sick.
Definition of sick from the Collins English Dictionary
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