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I felt ill

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  • ill-equipped — ill e|quip|ped [ ,ılı kwıpt ] adjective FORMAL without the necessary equipment, skills, or abilities to do something: The walkers were ill equipped for extreme weather conditions. I felt ill equipped to teach such young children …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • ill — /il/, adj., worse, worst, n., adv. adj. 1. of unsound physical or mental health; unwell; sick: She felt ill, so her teacher sent her to the nurse. 2. objectionable; unsatisfactory; poor; faulty: ill manners. 3. hostile; unkindly: ill feeling. 4.… …   Universalium

  • ill-equipped — adjective poorly supplied with physical equipment (Freq. 1) the school was ill equipped • Similar to: ↑unequipped * * * adj unprovided (for), unsupplied, ill supplied, exposed, unprotected …   Useful english dictionary

  • ill at ease — adjective socially uncomfortable; unsure and constrained in manner awkward and reserved at parties ill at ease among eddies of people he didn t know was always uneasy with strangers • Syn: ↑awkward, ↑uneasy • Similar to: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • ill — 01. Howard s wife has been [ill] recently, so I don t think they ll be able to come to the party. 02. The accused murderer is believed to be mentally [ill]. 03. Parrots that are kept in cages often become mentally [ill] from boredom. 04. My… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • ill —    1. menstrual    Common female usage:     When were you ill last? About a fortnight ago, she replied. (F. Harris, 1925)     Mrs Pepys was ill of those: Thence home and my wife ill of those upon the maid s bed. (Pepys, 1669)    2.    suffering… …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • ill-equipped — UK [ˌɪl ɪˈkwɪpt] / US [ˌɪlɪ ˈkwɪpt] adjective formal without the necessary equipment, skills, or abilities to do something The walkers were ill equipped for extreme weather conditions. I felt ill equipped to teach such young children …   English dictionary

  • ill at ease — worried and uncomfortable. The old gentleman obviously felt ill at ease while he waited to have his hair cut. Opposite of: at ease …   New idioms dictionary

  • Ill Niño — in 2010 Background information Origin New Jersey, US Genres …   Wikipedia

  • Ill Niño — Ill Nino Жанры Ню метал (ранние), альтернативный метал, металкор, латин метал, хэви метал Годы 1998 наст. вр …   Википедия

  • ill - sick — Ill and sick are both used to say that someone has a disease or some other problem with their health. Davis is ill. ...a sick child. Your uncle is very sick. Most British speakers do not use …   Useful english dictionary


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