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Usage note
This word may also be spelled “queazy.”
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (nauseous)
a. mareado
I felt really queasy on the boat.Me sentí muy mareada en el barco.
b. revuelto
I had a queasy stomach when I got off the roller coaster.Tenía el estómago revuelto cuando me bajé de la montaña rusa.
2. (uneasy)
a. intranquilo
Rob wanted to ask her out, but when he saw her, her beauty made him queasy.Rob quería invitarla a salir, pero cuando la vio, su belleza lo puso intranquilo.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
to feel queasyestar mareado(a), tener mal cuerpo
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queasy [ˈkwiːzɪ]
queasier (comparative)queasiest (superlative)
1 (nauseous) [+stomach] revuelto
his stomach was queasy tenía el estómago revuelto; to be or feel queasy tener náuseas; the food made her (feel) queasy la comida le revolvió el estómago; the slight rocking made her feel queasy el ligero balanceo la mareó; it made him (feel) queasy to watch it se mareó al verlo; verlo le revolvió el estómago
He was very prone to seasickness and already felt queasy A queasy stomach during flight can increase jet lag problems when you land.
2 (uneasy) intranquilo
I had a queasy feeling about the whole thing todo este asunto me inquietaba or me hacía sentirme intranquilo
it makes me feel queasy
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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