自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
ADJ-GRADED (常指在生理上，有时也指在精神上)生病的，有病的 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...
ADJ-GRADED 呕吐的;恶心的;想吐的 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...
N-UNCOUNT 呕吐物 Sick is vomit.
ADJ-GRADED 厌倦的;厌烦的;厌恶的 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...
Most people here are sick of violence.
ADJ-GRADED (笑话、故事等)令人毛骨悚然的，病态的，不健康的 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...
That's really sick.
PHRASE 使气愤;使厌恶;使反感 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...
The British press makes me sick.
PHRASE 因病缺勤 If you are off sick, you are not at work because you are ill.
When we are off sick, we only receive half pay.
PHRASE 十分担心;担心得要命 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.