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to say that you have a pain or are sick
to be alive, although very sick, for a long time after you seemed likely to die
to be much less healthy or successful, or to be in much worse condition than before
to stop looking attractive and healthy, especially because you have not been looking after yourself
to feel sick or unhappy
to look sick, sad, or worried
to feel sick
to see flashes of light, especially because of a knock on your head
to be very sick or injured and likely to die
to be feeling slightly sick
in competitive cycling, the illegal use of motors on bikes in order to gain advantage over other riders
in golf, a small wooden or plastic object that you push into the ground and place the ball on so...
be reversed; be as if it had never happened
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