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I feel queasy.

 

Definition (British English)

I, feel, queasy
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Definition (American English)

I, feel, queasy
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I, feel, queasy
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Etymology

feel, queasy
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Mir ist schlecht.

 

Definition:

mir, sein, schlecht
DWDS

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I feel cold - Mir ist kaltLast post 06 Oct 09, 19:22
Ist dir kalt? Do you feel cold?1 Replies
slenderly provided for - schlecht versorgt seinLast post 17 Aug 04, 15:20
The phrase "slenderly provided for" doesn't mean much to me. I can only presume that it was …7 Replies
mir ist schlechtLast post 17 Nov 10, 16:05
Wie sagt man, wenn einem schlecht ist, also das rein körperliche Gefühl, dass man sich viell…9 Replies
I am / mir istLast post 20 Oct 05, 01:45
Is there a list of things that in English one says "I am" but in German is expressed using t…22 Replies
Mir geht's schlecht. - I'm bad. Last post 27 Jan 14, 20:25
Ich suche nach einer Wendung mit bad, um auszudrücken, dass es mir schlecht geht. Aber I'm b…4 Replies
His name escaped me. - Sein Name ist mir entfallen. Last post 24 Jan 08, 17:12
escape verb 1 [I or T] to get free from something, or to avoid something: [...] His name …9 Replies
I feel difficultLast post 29 Jan 09, 15:08
Hi can anybody help me - i want to know that means in german or a good english explination c…9 Replies
I feel I'm fading vs. I feel myself fadingLast post 17 Apr 10, 18:31
Gibt's da einen Unterschied? Wenn ja, welchen? 2 Replies
sick, queasy - kodderig, koddrigLast post 24 Apr 09, 22:05
I feel sick, queasy - mir ist koddrig/kodderig kodderig - kodrig http://www.wissen.de/wde/g…1 Replies
I feel at homeLast post 13 Jan 10, 01:24
I feel at home => was is at home für ein Satzglied? Objekt? oder Adverbial? Danke schon ma…1 Replies
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