car sickness

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: sickness - motion sickness experienced while traveling in a car
kinetosis, motion sickness - the state of being dizzy or nauseated because of the motions that occur while traveling in or on a moving vehicle
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car sick·ness

n. mareo;
condición causada al viajar en un vehículo.
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Their traditional twisty-twostiness means car sickness is rife, and we've a helluva lot mair trees an aminals fit ye've tae swerve tae avoid.
Stephane Peterhansel, whose initial Desert Challenge success came as a rider back in 1996, had been unsure until 24 hours before the start whether wife Andrea would be alongside him in view of her problems with car sickness. Reaching the end of the stage he said: "It was a good day.
Q MY Staffie seems to suffer from car sickness and is often ill on long journeys.
Wang had to carry Tian on his back while searching for work because his mother suffers from car sickness.
The computer will then automatically alter cabin settings to reduce the effects of car sickness by as much as 60% according to Mr Salter.
However, the price of the car's unusual suspension was alarming body-roll, which was all right once you got used to it, but was not ideal for those prone to car sickness.
A last minute shopping trip for a raincoat (it was British summer time after all), a bout of car sickness and a 'husband locks car keys in car' episode meant the start to our festival was slightly delayed.
But it can be considerably less enjoyable if you have a child who suffers from car sickness.
Dr Flo, I have suffered from car sickness ever since I was a child and I am now in my twenties.
STARING at phone or tablet screens while travelling as a passenger in a car may bring on an attack of car sickness.
Stop-start traffic and winding roads can worsen a condition that afflicts two-thirds of people car sickness. It is most prevalent among passengers, especially children and teenagers.
Summary: Car sickness is a natural reaction to an unnatural stimulus that cannot be cured as such