nauseating


Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Wikipedia.
Related to nauseating: nauseatingly

nau·se·at·ing

 (nô′zē-ā′tĭng, -zhē-, -sē-, -shē-)
adj.
1. Causing nausea; nauseous.
2. Causing disgust, loathing, or revulsion. See Usage Note at nauseous.

nau′se·at′ing·ly adv.

nau•se•at•ing

(ˈnɔ ziˌeɪ tɪŋ, -ʒi-, -si-, -ʃi-)

adj.
1. causing nausea; nauseous.
2. such as to cause disgust, loathing, etc.
[1635–45]
nau′se•at`ing•ly, adv.
usage: See nauseous.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.nauseating - causing or able to cause nauseanauseating - causing or able to cause nausea; "a nauseating smell"; "nauseous offal"; "a sickening stench"
unwholesome - detrimental to physical or moral well-being; "unwholesome food"; "unwholesome habits like smoking"

nauseating

adjective
1. disgusting, offensive, appalling, nasty, foul, revolting, sickening, ghastly, vile, obnoxious, repulsive, odious, repugnant, loathsome, abhorrent, abominable, stomach-churning, stomach-turning, repellant, sick-making The judge described the offences as nauseating and unspeakable.
2. sickening, foul, revolting, sickly, odious, stomach-churning, putrid, stomach-turning, emetic, sick-making the nauseating smell of rotting garbage

nauseating

adjective
Extremely unpleasant to the senses or feelings:
Translations

nauseating

[ˈnɔːsɪeɪtɪŋ] ADJ [smell] → nauseabundo; [crime, violence, hypocrisy] → repugnante, asqueroso
it was nauseating to see itera repugnante or asqueroso verlo

nauseating

[ˈnɔːzieɪtɪŋ] adj
[attitude, behaviour] → écœurant(e)
[smell, sight] → écœurant(e)
an ashtray full of old cigarette stubs, a nauseating sight → un cendrier plein de vieux mégots, une vision écœurante

nauseating

adj sight, smell, violence, foodekelerregend; film, book, stylegrässlich; hypocrisywiderlich; personekelhaft, widerlich

nauseating

[ˈnɔːzɪˌeɪtɪŋ] adjnauseante (fig) → disgustoso/a

nauseating

a. nauseabundo-a.

nauseating

adj asqueroso, nauseabundo, que causa náusea(s)
References in classic literature ?
He did not like it; but he was very hungry and had eaten a considerable portion of his haul before it was really borne in upon him that the stuff was nauseating.
She had come to the conclusion that he spoke no other English, and so she ceased to importune him for information; but never did she forget to greet him pleasantly or to thank him for the hideous, nauseating meals he brought her.
Why, the average review is more nauseating than cod-liver oil.
In summer the stench of the warm lard would be nauseating, and in winter the cans would all but freeze to his naked little fingers in the unheated cellar.
Twice the girl felt the ship strike upon the reef, then a great wave caught and carried her high into the air, dropping her with a nauseating lunge which seemed to the imprisoned girl to be carrying the ship to the very bottom of the ocean.
They were nasty amongst themselves as a matter of course; their disputes were nauseating in origin, in manner, in the spirit of mean selfishness.
The very thought of the effort to swim over was nauseating.
One veteran, Eberts Macintyre later wrote: "It was nauseating to contemplate the horrors that the representatives of two Christian nations would inflict on each other at the time of the Easter festival each believing that he was in the right.
2 he wrote about his boss' 'Paternal instinct,' which was even more nauseating.
The Tiny Tots Talent Agency, Channel 4: Nauseating Bizzykidz owner Debi Clark says: "I've had people email me scans, trying to get on the books.
The corruption at the top level is nauseating," Lineker said of FIFA in an interview for GQ magazine.
But the announcement was written in the nauseating psychobabble both she and her website have become loathed for over the years.