English - Latin Dictionary:

sick

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The definition of word "sick":
rate 1. people who are ill, sick people collectively
rate 2. ill, suffering from a disease or illness; nauseous, feeling the need to vomit; disgusted, fed up; pertaining to a sickness, pertaining to a disease; yearning, longing; infected with bacteria or microorganisms (Agriculture)
rate 3. up phrasal (v) (M) UK informal The baby sicked up (= vomited) some milk on her aunt's shoulder.
rate 4. trouble and strife
rate 5. totally excellent; totally cool; unreal
rate 6. disgusting; revolting; depraved: "that was a sick movie"
rate 7. vomit
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