listen to the pronunciation of nausea
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} bulantı

Kanser hastaları sıklıkla bulantı nöbetlerini azaltmakla uğraşmak zorundadır. - Cancer patients often have to deal with debilitating bouts of nausea.

{i} mide bulantısı
(Tıp) noze
(Tıp) bulantı ve kusma
(Tıp) Mide buluntası
{i} iğrenme
deniz tutması
(Tıp) Bulantıdan önce duyulan his, noze
iç bulantısı
acute nausea
kronik mide bulantısı
to nausea
bulantısı olmak
Türkisch - Türkisch
Mide bulantısı
Englisch - Englisch
A feeling of physical unwellness, usually with the desire to vomit
Strong dislike or disgust
an affection of the stomach producing dizziness and usually an impulse to vomit
{i} queasiness, uneasiness of the stomach; revulsion, repugnance, disgust
{n} a sickness at the stomach, a disgust
is stomach pain, usually a dislike for food, and an urge to vomit
a feeling of sickness in the stomach causing an urge to vomit
An unpleasant sensation usually preceding vomiting (CMD 1997)
disgust so strong it makes you feel sick
The feeling of sickness
Tendency to vomit, feeling of sickness at the stomach
Seasickness; hence, any similar sickness of the stomach accompanied with a propensity to vomit; qualm; squeamishness of the stomach; loathing
The feeling of wanting to throw up (vomit)
the symptom indicating the inclination to vomit
Tendency to vomit, a feeling of sickness at the stomach
a feeling or sensation leading to the urge to vomit
Nausea is the urge to vomit It can be brought by many causes including, systemic illnesses, such as influenza, medications, pain, and inner ear disease
disgust so strong it makes you feel sick the state that precedes vomiting
Feeling sick This is sometimes a side effect of cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy See nausea section
a feeling of needing to vomit (throw-up)
Nausea is the condition of feeling sick and the feeling that you are going to vomit. I was overcome with a feeling of nausea. the feeling that you have when you think you are going to vomit (=bring food up from your stomach through your mouth) = sick feeling/wave of nausea (nausia , from nautes; NAUTICAL). Discomfort in the pit of the stomach associated with disgust for food and a feeling that vomiting will follow, as it often does. Nausea results from irritation of nerve endings in the stomach or duodenum, which stimulate brain centres that control nausea and vomiting. Nausea can be a symptom of minor or serious disorders. Common causes include indigestion (from eating too fast or from stress around mealtime), food poisoning, motion sickness, and pregnancy (morning sickness). Nausea may also arise from any cause of abnormal lack of appetite (e.g., shock, pain, influenza, badly fitting dentures, liver or kidney disease). Simple nausea often is relieved by vomiting
the state that precedes vomiting
Feeling sick or wanting to be sick If it is caused by chemotherapy, it can last for anywhere between a few hours and a week
nausea anesthesia
Loss of the sensation of nausea, usually resulting from stimulation by noxious or disgusting substances
wave of nausea
nausea attack, sudden feeling of having to vomit
Türkisch - Englisch
(Tıp) İğrenme,çıkarma duygusu,kusma (vomit)