car-sick

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car-sick

[ˈkɑːˌsɪk] ADJ to be/get car-sickmarearse (en el coche)
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The stylishly rising waistline means those in the back cannot easily see out, which may upset some car-sick prone youngsters,butit's lowenoughfor thefront pair.
That three-hour motorway tailback, the car-sick child and the irritation of forgetting whatever it is you've almost certainly left on the kitchen table are all forgotten when the luxury lakeside apartment looks even better than it looked in the photo.
Derby travel in the Championship worse than a car-sick kid and every game at Pride Park turned into a cup final for Jewell.
Among them: If your pet is not accustomed to traveling in the car, take some short trips, gradually increasing his time to get him used to longer rides; your pet should have a very light meal in the three hours before travel, unless you enjoy the idea of dealing with a car-sick animal; make frequent stops; be sure your pet is wearing identification tags or has a microchip in case he runs away or gets lost.
Research by the RAC Foundation reveals that a quarter of drivers claim that they have been stressed or distracted by a car-sick passenger, and over 60 per cent have resorted to dangerous behaviour as a result.
LIVERPOOL soccer legend and TV pundit Alan Hansen has never touched a cigarette - because they remind him of being car-sick.
MORE than three-quarters of travellers say they have been car-sick, says a motoring organisation survey.
THREE in four travellers claim to have been car-sick.
MORE than three in four travellers claim to have been car-sick at some time, according to a new survey.
My nine-year-old daughter, Emily, gets car-sick when we are travelling to school.
Mrs Yasmin Salam, aged 32, was tending to her car-sick son Kamran on the southbound hard shoulder when they were hit by a car travelling along the grass embankment at an estimated 50mph.
Research carried out by the RAC Foundation reveals that a quarter of drivers claim that they have been stressed or distracted by a car-sick passenger, and over 60 per cent have resorted to dangerous behaviour as a result.