carsickness


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car·sick

 (kär′sĭk′)
adj.
Suffering from motion sickness caused by travel in a motor vehicle.

car′sick′ness n.
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Translations
車酔い

carsickness

[ˈkɑːˌsɪknɪs] nmal m d'auto
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

carsickness

n mareo (en vehículo)
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and Bos J.E., 2016, Self-Driving carsickness. Applied Ergonimics Journals 53, 374-382
After a long car ride and the worst carsickness ever, we eventually got to the area.
Determined not to squander any more of the summer, my family and I packed the car and took off for three days in July, braving carsickness and mosquitoes to spend a weekend at Crater Lake.
Then I heard my carsickness mentioned and saw Abe's face dangling over mine.
"Carsickness" for two hours after administering the drug is, according to Celicious, its only side effect.