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sick 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/sik/,
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sickest, superlative; sicker, comparative;
  1. Affected by physical or mental illness
    • - nursing very sick children
    • - we were sick with bronchitis
    • - visiting the sick and the elderly
  2. Of or relating to those who are ill
    • - the company organized a sick fund for its workers
  3. (of an organization, system, or society) Suffering from serious problems, esp. of a financial nature
    • - their economy remains sick
  4. Pining or longing for someone or something
    • - he was sick for a sight of her
  5. Feeling nauseous and wanting to vomit
    • - he was starting to feel sick
    • - Mark felt sick with fear
  6. (of an emotion) So intense as to cause one to feel unwell or nauseous
    • - he had a sick fear of returning
  7. Disappointed, mortified, or miserable
    • - he looked pretty sick at that, but he eventually agreed
  8. Intensely annoyed with or bored by (someone or something) as a result of having had too much of them
    • - I'm absolutely sick of your moods
  9. (esp. of humor) Having something unpleasant such as death, illness, or misfortune as its subject and dealing with it in an offensive way
    • - this was someone's idea of a sick joke
  10. (of a person) Having abnormal or unnatural tendencies; perverted
    • - he is a deeply sick man from whom society needs to be protected
Verb
  1. Bring something up by vomiting

Noun
  1. Vomit


  1. ill: affected by an impairment of normal physical or mental function; "ill from the monotony of his suffering"
  2. people who are sick; "they devote their lives to caring for the sick"
  3. vomit: 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"
  4. nauseated: feeling nausea; feeling about to vomit
  5. brainsick: affected with madness or insanity; "a man who had gone mad"
  6. disgusted: 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"
  7. Sick, the follow up to 2001's Dark Days, is the second studio album by Duff McKagan's Loaded released via Century Media on April 7, 2009, following the EP Wasted Heart from 2008. It was first released on March 20, 2009 in the Netherlands.
  8. Sick was a satirical-humor magazine published from 1960 to 1980 and lasted 134 issues. It was created by comic-book writer-artist Joe Simon, who also edited the title until the late 1960s. Charlton Comics took over publishing the magazine in 1976 with issue #109.
  9. Sick is the fourth album by French metal band Massacra. It introduces a notable change in the musical direction, including mid-paced thrash and groove elements. It was released in 1994.
  10. Sick is the second studio album by Sow released in 1998. This album spawned no singles. At this time Sow comprises Anna Wildsmith with "Boys", where the Boys are Raymond Watts, Euphonic, Sascha Konietzko, Hoppy Kamiyama & Optical 8, Martin King, and Günter Schulz.
  11. "Sick" was the eleventh episode of British sitcom The Young Ones. It was written by Ben Elton, Rik Mayall and Lise Mayer, and directed by Geoff Posner. It was first aired on BBC2 on June 12, 1984.
  12. Dozer is a stoner rock band from Sweden.
  13. Those people as a group who are sick; vomit; Alternative spelling of sic; In poor health; Mentally unstable, disturbed; In bad taste; Having an urge to vomit; Very good, excellent, awesome; In poor condition
  14. (sickness) The quality or state of being sick or diseased; illness; disease or malady; Nausea; qualmishness; as, sickness of stomach
  15. (Sickness) Includes physical illness, disease, pregnancy, but does not include mental illness.
  16. (5. Sickness) Any child suffering from a doubtful rash, discharge from the eyes, nose or ears, or sickness and diarrhoea, should be kept at home until the symptoms have disappeared. ...
  17. (Sickness (defined as a mind body experience)) An unexpected and unrecognizable difference between one or more sensory feeds, either within or between the mind and the body, or within or between one's internal and external sense of life. For example, with subjective vertigo (e.g. ...
  18. (Sickness) A disease or illness causing bodily harm and eventually permanent damage.  If a sickness leads to disability, the ?First Manifest Provision? may be exercised.  A sickness also must be assessed by a physician.
  19. (Sickness) A state of being unwell or ill that is assumed to be temporary.
  20. (Sickness) This is a condition for which you would need medical care.
  21. (Sickness) insurers also faced the problem of moral hazard (malingering) -- an insured person has an incentive to claim to be disabled when he is not and an incentive to not take due care in avoiding injury or illness.
  22. (Sickness) refers to cloudy stains in glass vessels such as vases, decanters and bottles, caused by chemical reactions inside the vessel when liquid is left in it for a long period; can sometimes be cleaned or may required re-polishing the piece.
  23. (The Sickness) The 'Lost Encyclopedia' reveals that, amazingly, the reality of "the sickness" on the island isn't as simple as going postal like some fans thought. ...
  24. A sickness or disease, including a pregnancy, which is first diagnosed and treated while the policy is in force.
  25. An expression used to describe something exceptionally good.