English to Latvian Meaning :: sickish

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Adjective(1) Feeling nausea(2) Feeling about to vomit

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(1) His was gaping desperately, taking in huge lungfuls of air, a sickening wheezing sound coming out through his mouth.(2) Fear washed over her again, with a sickening nausea too.(3) But it keeps coming away in his hands and he has a sickening feeling of horror that he may be causing grave and unthinkable damage, so he just guiltily muddles it up into a ball.(4) A sickening thud came from the direction of the tower.(5) When a family loses someone close, all they have is the grave, it's their only comfort and it's a sickening thought that people out there are ruining graves.(6) I bit back the urge to scream, as the wind whistled past my face and I braced myself for a sickening thud and terrible landing.(7) Smashing their way in, officers were met with a sickening stench and dead bluebottles covering the stairs.(8) I winced each time it came down with a sickening thud into the gory mass.(9) At least a dozen times over the past two years I've heard the sickening thud and tortured tire screech that signals a fresh wreck at the intersection.(10) Where in the chart was the horrendous road accident, the sickening collision of metal and concrete?(11) Suddenly, there's a bright yellow flash, a sickening thud as the shock waves explode and shards of glass scream past your face.(12) With the club poised to go out of business on January 18 unless a new owner can be found, the sickening injury left Brass fearful he may have played his last game for the club.(13) Coun Irwin said he was u2018horrifiedu2019 when he discovered the sickening material on the parish council's site.(14) These buildings had produced the most sickening and horrific ashes and smoke in existence, and now they were where the thief was hiding.(15) The scream was followed by the sickening sensation of falling and she desperately braced herself.(16) The sickening stench of blood hit him like a tidal wave.
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Adjective
2. nauseous ::
šķebīgs
3. sick ::
slims
4. queasy ::
izvēlīgs
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