mal de mer


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mal de mer

 (măl′ də mâr′)
n.
Seasickness.

[French : mal, sickness + de, of + mer, sea.]
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mal de mer

(mal də mɛr)
n
(Pathology) seasickness
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mal de mer

(mal də ˈmɛr)
n.
French. seasickness.
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mal de mer

A French phrase meaning seasickness.
Dictionary of Unfamiliar Words by Diagram Group Copyright © 2008 by Diagram Visual Information Limited
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.mal de mer - motion sickness experienced while traveling on watermal de mer - motion sickness experienced while traveling on water
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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De meme, le potentiel halieutique dont regorge le littoral du royaume n'est pas encore en mesure de hisser un secteur en mal de mer, en raison du monopole de la ressource auquel il est assujetti par les barons de la pecherie, causant de ce fait, la flambee constante du poisson pour la majeure partie des menages...
Going green at sea doesn't necessarily mean you're suffering a little from mal de mer - the cruise industry is aiming to get its environmental credentials fully in order.
Une demi-heure seulement apres avoir quitte le port d'Alger, la majorite des passagers fut prise par le mal de mer. Maux de tete, vertiges, vomissements, entre autres effets incommodants, mirent brusquement fin a l'incessant va-et-vient des nombreux usagers qui preferaient bouger plutot que de s'asseoir.
UTB.TERRY LAWTON, Acklam, Middlesbrough MIDDLESBROUGH Councillors must be suffering from an attack of mal de mer. I suggest they leave their hammocks below decks, get some air into their lungs and find their sea legs for the stormy voyage ahead.
Cruisecritic.co.uk says: "Over-the-counter drugs used to deter and/or treat 'mal de mer' include dramamine, meclizine (common name bonine) or diphenhydramine (commonly known as benadryl).
The "Sapphire" out of Sunderland had a stag party' of 10 anglers, but sadly five succumbed to 'mal de mer'.