be sick

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Englisch - Türkisch
bıkmak
usanmak
kusmak
bıkkınlık gelmek
hasta olmak
İng. kusmak
sick
hasta

Çok fazla içmek seni hasta edecek. - Too much drinking will make you sick.

Kız hasta görünüyordu. - The girl appeared sick.

sick
hasta olmak

Hasta olmaktan bıktım. - I'm tired of being sick.

Hasta olmaktan bıktım. - I'm sick of being sick.

be sick of
bıkmış olmak
be sick of
yılmak
be sick of
bezmek
be sick of
gına gelmek
be sick of
kanıksamak
be sick of
usanmak
sick
iğrenç
sick
keyifsiz
sick
ruhen hasta
sick
{s} midesi bulanmış
to be sick
bıkmak
to be sick
usanmak
to be sick
hasta olmak
be sick for
çok özlemek
be sick of
den bıkmış olmak
sick
kusacak halde
sick
kusacağı gelmiş
sick
kusmak üzere
sick
kusmuk
sick
bezmiş
sick
kusacak gibi
sick
mide bulandırıcı
sick
hasta edici
sick
bulantılı
sick
bıkmak
sick
bıkkınlık gelmek
sick
usanmak
sick
yakalatmak
sick
saldırtmak
sick
{s} hasret
be sick for
-i çok özlemek
be sick of
-den bıkmış olmak
sick
soluk

Bu bitki soluk görünüyor. - This plant looks sick.

sick
rahatsız

Kötü koku beni rahatsız etti. - The bad smell sickened me.

Sami kendini rahatsız hissettiğini iddia etti. - Sami claimed he was feeling sick.

sick
usanmış
sick
(Askeri) Bir hava önlemesinde, "Belirtilen teçhizat az bir etkinlikle çalışıyor " anlamında bir kod
sick
bulanmış
sick
özlemiş
sick
dağınık
sick
hastaya mahsus
sick
hastalıklı

Tom hastalıklı bir çocuktu ve ana babası tarafından şımartılmıştı. - Tom was a sickly child and was mollycoddled by his parents.

Hastalıklı erkek kardeşime bakmaktan dolayı bir doktor olma arzum arttı. - My desire to become a doctor grew out of looking after my sickly brother.

sick
meşum
sick
{s} bıkkın
sick
{s} ruhen hasta. i., İng. kusmuk
sick
mariz
sick
midesi bulanan
sick
mide bulantısı ile gelen şiddetli baş ağrısı
sick
bozuk

Öyle görünüyorki Tom bozuk yiyecek yemekten hasta oldu. - It looks like Tom got sick from eating the spoiled food.

Englisch - Englisch
to vomit

The dog's been sick all over the carpet.

sick
In poor condition

(sick building syndrome; my car is looking pretty sick; my job prospects are pretty sick).

sick
Alternative spelling of sic

Now they find a new entertainment: they sick the dog on us.

sick
Those people as a group who are sick

We have to cure the sick.

sick
Mentally unstable, disturbed
sick
vomit

He lay there in a pool of his own sick.

sick
people who are sick; "they devote their lives to caring for the sick
sick
Sickness
sick
Affected with disease of any kind; ill; indisposed; not in health
sick
To fall sick; to sicken
sick
{i} people who are ill, sick people collectively
sick
See the Synonym under Illness
sick
Affected with, or attended by, nausea; inclined to vomit; as, sick at the stomach; a sick headache
sick
Having a strong dislike; disgusted; surfeited; with of; as, to be sick of flattery
sick
Corrupted; imperfect; impaired; weakned
sick
{v} to grow, fall or make sick, to sicken
sick
{a} afflicted with a disease, ill, low, disgusted
Sick
seke
Sick
seek
sick
emphasis If you say that you are worried sick, you are emphasizing that you are extremely worried. He was worried sick about what our mothers would say. Variant of sic
sick
In poor health
sick
Sick is vomit
sick
Very good, excellent, awesome
sick
If you are off sick, you are not at work because you are ill. When we are off sick, we only receive half pay
sick
emphasis If you say that you are sick of something or sick and tired of it, you are emphasizing that you are very annoyed by it and want it to stop. I am sick and tired of hearing all these people moaning = fed up
sick
If you are sick, you are ill. Sick usually means physically ill, but it can sometimes be used to mean mentally ill. He's very sick. He needs medication She found herself with two small children, a sick husband, and no money The sick are people who are sick. There were no doctors to treat the sick
sick
Having an urge to vomit
sick
In bad taste
sick
rare, alternative spelling of sic
sick
{s} ill, suffering from a disease or illness; nauseous, feeling the need to vomit; disgusted, fed up; pertaining to a sickness, pertaining to a disease; yearning, longing; infected with bacteria or microorganisms (Agriculture)
sick
If you are sick, the food that you have eaten comes up from your stomach and out of your mouth. If you feel sick, you feel as if you are going to be sick. She got up and was sick in the handbasin The very thought of food made him feel sick
sick
disapproval If you describe something such as a joke or story as sick, you mean that it deals with death or suffering in an unpleasantly humorous way. a sick joke about a cat
sick
If you say that something or someone makes you sick, you mean that they make you feel angry or disgusted. It makes me sick that people commit offences and never get punished
be sick

    Türkische aussprache

    bi sîk

    Aussprache

    /bē ˈsək/ /biː ˈsɪk/

    Etymologie

    [ 'bE ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English bEon; akin to Old High German bim am, Latin fui I have been, futurus about to be, fieri to become, be done, Greek phynai to be born, be by nature, phyein to produce.

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