1. “蛆似”， > 令人恶心的。
- queasy (adj.)
- mid-15c., kyse, coysy, of uncertain origin, possibly from a Scandinavian source, such as Old Norse kveisa "boil," perhaps influenced by Anglo-French queisier, from Old French coisier "to wound, hurt, make uneasy," which seems to be from the same Germanic root as kveisa. But the history is obscure and evidences of development are wanting. Related: Queasily; queasiness.
- 1. I felt a little queasy on the ship.
- 2. That is a queasy problem.
- 3. Some people feel queasy about how their names and addresses have been obtained.
- 4. He was very prone to seasickness and already felt queasy.
- 5. I was developing the queasy feeling that we were being tested.
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