sick

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adj.

vt.

n.

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  • 施克;
  • 有病的;
  • 生病;
  • 生病的
1. I misheard the word'sick'as'thick'.
我把sick误 听为 thick 了.

来自《简明英汉词典》

2. I get sick of being thought of as a political automaton.
我讨厌被看作政治机器。

来自柯林斯例句

3. When we are off sick, we only receive half pay.
我们请病假的时候只能拿一半薪水。

来自柯林斯例句

4. He was worried sick about what our mothers would say.
对于我们双方的母亲会说什么他十分担心。

来自柯林斯例句

5. I really don't feel a bit sick, no night sweats, no fevers.
我真的感觉一点毛病也没有,没盗汗也不发热。

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1. 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...

    他病得很厉害,需要药物治疗。

  • She found herself with two small children, a sick husband, and no money...

    她发觉自己有两个年幼的孩子和一个有病在身的丈夫,却没钱养活他们。

  • He was not evil, but he was sick.

    他人并不坏,但精神有问题。

  • The sick are people who are sick.病人
    • There were no doctors to treat the sick.

      没有医生为病人医治。

2. 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...

    她起身在洗手池里吐了起来。

  • The very thought of food made him feel sick...

    一想到食物他就恶心。

  • Orange juice makes him sick so don't give it to him.

    橙汁会让他恶心,别让他喝橙汁。

3. N-UNCOUNT 呕吐物 Sick is vomit. 
4. 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...

    我厌倦了听这些人大发牢骚。

  • Most people here are sick of violence.

    这儿的大多数人都厌恶暴力。

5. 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...

    关于猫的一则令人毛骨悚然的笑话

  • That's really sick.

    那真够吓人的。

Usage Note :

The words ill and sick are very similar in meaning, but are used in slightly different ways. Ill is generally not used before a noun, and can be used in verbal expressions such as fall ill and be taken ill. He fell ill shortly before Christmas... One of the jury members was taken ill. Sick is often used before a noun. ...sick children. In British English, ill is a slightly more polite, less direct word than sick. Sick often suggests the actual physical feeling of being ill, for example nausea or vomiting. I spent the next 24 hours in bed, groaning and being sick. In American English, sick is often used where British people would say ill. Some people get hurt in accidents or get sick.

ill 与 sick 意思相近,用法稍有差别。ill 通常不用在名词前,而用在动词词组中,如 fall ill (病倒),be taken ill (生病):He fell ill shortly before Christmas(临近圣诞节时他病倒了), One of the jury members was taken ill (一名陪审团成员病了)。sick 常用在名词前:sick children (生病的孩子)。英国英语中,ill 较 sick 稍显委婉。sick 常指生病时身体的实际感觉,例如感到恶心或呕吐:I spent the next 24 hours in bed, groaning and being sick (接下来的 24 小时我都躺在床上,呻吟着,感到一阵阵恶心)。英国人用ill的场合美国英语往往用sick:Some people get hurt in accidents or get sick (有些人在事故中受伤,或者患了病)。

6. 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...

    一些人屡屡犯罪却从未受到惩戒,这真让我气愤。

  • The British press makes me sick.

    英国新闻界让我很反感。

7. 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.

    我们请病假的时候只能拿一半薪水。

8. 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.

    对于我们双方的母亲会说什么他十分担心。

adj.

1. 不舒服的; 有病的, 患病的

  • I must inquire after my sick friend.
  • 我得去问候我那得了病的朋友。
  • She's sick, but she doesn't show it.
  • 她病了, 但无病态。
  • He fell sick with flu.
  • 他得了流感。

2. 恶心的; 想吐的

  • He began to feel sick as soon as the ship started to move.
  • 船一启动他就开始呕吐。
  • He is sick from overeating.
  • 他因暴饮暴食而呕吐。

3. 腻烦的, 厌恶的, 讨厌的

  • I feel sick at my work.
  • 我讨厌我的工作。
  • I am heartily sick of them.
  • 我深觉他们讨厌。
  • We are sick of your complaining.
  • 我们讨厌你抱怨。

4. 心烦意乱的, 恼火的, 不高兴的

  • She is sick at heart.
  • 她心里烦闷。
  • He was awfully sick at being beaten.
  • 因被击败他极不愉快。
  • She is sick with me for being so late.
  • 她对我来得这样迟感到不高兴。

5. 晕船;晕机;晕车

6. 变态的;病态的

n.

1. 〈口〉呕吐物

  • The bed was full of sick.
  • 床上全是吐的东西。

2. 病人

prep.

1. (尤指幽默)令人毛骨悚然的;可怕的;残酷的

vt.

1. sick sth. up 吐出

Noun

1. people who are sick;

  • "they devote their lives to caring for the sick"
Verb

1. eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth;

  • "After drinking too much, the students vomited"
  • "He purged continuously"
  • "The patient regurgitated the food we gave him last night"
Adjective

1. not in good physical or mental health;

  • "ill from the monotony of his suffering"
  • synonym: ill

2. feeling nausea; feeling about to vomit

3. affected with madness or insanity;

  • "a man who had gone mad"

4. having a strong distaste from surfeit;

  • "grew more and more disgusted"
  • "fed up with their complaints"
  • "sick of it all"
  • "sick to death of flattery"
  • "gossip that makes one sick"
  • "tired of the noise and smoke"
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