airsickness


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air·sick·ness

 (âr′sĭk′nĭs)
n.
Nausea, vomiting, or dizziness induced by the motion that occurs during air flight.

air•sick•ness

(ˈɛərˌsɪk nɪs)

n.
motion sickness induced by travel in an aircraft.
[1775–85]
air′sick`, adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.airsickness - motion sickness experienced while traveling by air (especially during turbulence)airsickness - motion sickness experienced while traveling by air (especially during turbulence)
kinetosis, motion sickness - the state of being dizzy or nauseated because of the motions that occur while traveling in or on a moving vehicle
Translations
飛行機酔い

airsickness

[ˈɛəsɪknɪs] Nmareo m (en avión)

air·sick·ness

n. mareo de altura.

airsickness

n mareo (en avión)
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Although I remained motionless, I still suffered that dry mouth, nauseous precursor to full on airsickness --the graphics were that good.
We just note that the landing and takeoff practice should be held before the aerobatic portion of each lesson as incipient airsickness does not improve a pilot's performance on landing.
It's no accident that so many of her entries describe dinner parties, because Julavits sounds like the ideal dinner-party guest, always regaling you with exotic travel tales, dishy gossip about her friends, and funny stories--such as the time she tried to urinate into an airsickness bag on a plane.
Even if they had been rested before the flight, they would have had trouble staying awake, especially if they had taken pills given to them to fight airsickness on the flight.
Elsewhere, prophylactic pharmaceutical products were developed to protect pilots from sensations of nausea, with 'Dr Gimbell's Glutinous Globules' reportedly offering instant relief from airsickness.
About 50 percent of aviators experience airsickness at some time in their career and the rate is higher for NFOs (85 percent).