うんざりさせる, 病気になる, 病気になりかける, いやになる
Verb(1) cause aversion in; offend the moral sense of(2) get sick(3) upset and make nauseated(4) make sick or ill
(1) As patients began to sicken and then die, the staff hunted for the cause.(2) How can a rich country like ours invade a country and then allow its own people to sicken and die for the lack of even basic medicines?(3) People sicken and die unexpectedly, often just as the reader - like the writer - gets to know them.(4) Their infection spreads quickly: those who initially survive their bites inevitably sicken and die within hours, only to resurrect within seconds.(5) Play on, Orsino tells his musicians about their love melodies, ├ö├ç├┐that, surfeiting / The appetite may sicken , and so die.├ö├ç├û(6) Most of all, of course, health care providers cannot make a profit if they have to treat people who cannot pay, which means they would have to let such people sicken or die instead of helping them.(7) Will they cease their depredations against the environment when it is so irreversibly compromised that even their own children begin to sicken and die?(8) This entire situation and the people behind it sicken me.(9) People sicken and die every year, many of them children.(10) Do not let the sheep eat from the grass for they will sicken and die.(11) That they seem to have done it for propaganda purposes must sicken all reasonable.(12) Even on a tropical island, dinosaurs would sicken and die eventually.(13) His pilgrimage is dogged by calamity, as oxen sicken and die, the cart carrying the bell catches fire, and waifs and strays join his tattered procession.(14) The reports about investigations into alleged postal vote fraud must sicken every person in the city who believes in the democratic system.(15) I am glad I am 72, because modern day people's attitudes sicken me.(16) John, I consider myself to be a person sickened by infanticide and those who support it.
(1) sicken for :: 以下のために病気に
2. become ill ::
3. churn up ::
4. turn one's stomach ::
sicken, sickened, sickening, sickens
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