Definition of 'unwell'
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You can't hear it without feeling faintly unwell all over again. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is not on its deathbed, but it is looking distinctly unwell. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You are unwell and extremely vulnerable, but that makes you no less a man of value than you were in previous years. Times, Sunday Times (2017)But sometimes when you have cancer and feel unwell, you just don't want to get dressed up. The Sun (2017)But prolonged attacks of a racing or irregular pulse can mean ticker trouble, especially if you feel unwell, too. The Sun (2016)But all these things are slowly eroded and people feel unwell. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Students feeling physically unwell should seek medical advice. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The next stage is a headache and generally feeling unwell. The Sun (2011)We have to know the mechanisms which make us feel so unwell. Banish Anxiety - how to stop worrying and take charge of your life (1991)They will have felt unwell and gone to the doctor. The Sun (2006)This has left me feeling unwell and depressed. The Sun (2015)The note urged anyone feeling unwell to seek medical advice. The Sun (2012)Five years ago he was diagnosed with stomach cancer and for a time he looked drawn and unwell. Times, Sunday Times (2011)You should also consider whether you can really be effective in your job if you are still unwell. M. E. Post-Viral Fatigue Syndrome - How To Live With It (1989)It runs national clinics to support people who are unwell and work out the best ways of supporting their recovery. Times, Sunday Times (2009)If you are generally unwell with any of the above symptoms you should of course consult with your doctor first. The Vitality Diet (1990)He strikes me as unwell mentally. The Sun (2014)He looks really unwell and vulnerable. The Sun (2012)Sufferers sometimes also feel generally unwell. The Sun (2010)The old men looked unwell, overweight and unhappy. Times, Sunday Times (2015)After 28 days he could be allowed home or detained for another six months if still unwell. The Sun (2008)He says he told MI5 he felt mentally unwell but he was offered no help. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You feel really unwell because you're being hammered with intense drugs. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She's also complaining of back pain and looks very unwell. The Sun (2013)It's catastrophic and made me really unwell. The Sun (2014)If people are unwell and this is the only way they can eat, they have my sympathies. The Sun (2016)Yet that's not what it feels like to be mentally unwell or to treat those who are. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Health chiefs last night said he was'not currently seriously unwell'. The Sun (2014)We shouldn't wait until we are seriously unwell, at which point drugs seem the only answer. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He is still unwell with a nasty cold and has also had a reaction to the antibiotics he was taking, so he is also being sick. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'unwell'
British English: unwell /ʌnˈwɛl/ ADJECTIVE
If you are unwell, you are ill.
His wife was too unwell to go with him.
- American English: unwell
- Arabic: مَرِيض
- Brazilian Portuguese: doente
- Chinese: 生病的
- Croatian: koji se loše osjeća
- Czech: nemocný
- Danish: utilpas
- Dutch: onwel
- European Spanish: mal
- Finnish: huonovointinen
- French: indisposé
- German: unwohl
- Greek: αδιάθετος
- Italian: malato
- Japanese: 気分のすぐれない
- Korean: 몸이 편치 않은
- Norwegian: uvel
- Polish: niezdrów
- European Portuguese: doente
- Romanian: indispus
- Russian: нездоровый
- Spanish: mal indispuesto
- Swedish: dålig
- Thai: ไม่สบาย
- Turkish: iyi değil
- Ukrainian: нездоровий
- Vietnamese: không khỏe
Definition of unwell from the Collins English Dictionary
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