English translation of 'Übelkeit'
feminine nounWord forms: Übelkeit genitive , Übelkeiten plural
(literal, figurative) nausea
eine plötzliche Übelkeit a sudden feeling of nausea
Übelkeit erregen to cause nausea
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Example Sentences Including 'Übelkeit'
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Sie bekam ihre Stunde Pause, der " Repressionsapparat " stimmte zu, obwohl jeder im Saal wußte, daß die Übelkeit gelogen war.Die Tageszeitung (1994)
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'Übelkeit' in Other Languages
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
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