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mareado in English:

1. dizzy


Climbing so high made me feel dizzy.
I get dizzy spells when I stand up.
Tom felt dizzy from the heat.
I'm dizzy.
She was dizzy with happiness.
I feel sort of dizzy. "You look pale. You'd better take a day off."
But he suddenly felt dizzy and he sat down again in his old chair.
He is dizzy. He's like a small child. My daughter's engagement dizzied me
Don't look down! You'll get dizzy.
My grandma is dizzy, she can't climb a tree!
I felt dizzy and wanted to put my head down
For a moment he was too dizzy to see where they were.
a dizzy chick
Hong Kong buzzes from dawn to dusk at a dizzy pace.
Feeling a little dizzy, I sat down for a while.

English word "mareado"(dizzy) occurs in sets:

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General de Ingles

2. groggy


He'll be groggy for another few hours until the drug wears off.
He was groggy from too much wine.
He said he didn't mind the early wake-up at all, and he certainly didn't play like he was groggy.
Sleep deprivation does a lot more than just make people groggy.
The sleeping pills left her feeling very groggy. He’s still groggy from the anaesthetic.
The medicine sometimes makes patients groggy
I still feel a bit groggy after sleeping for so long.
Go to bed. You look groggy.
I don’t need to think about it as I’m waking up and being groggy, and that sort of thing.

English word "mareado"(groggy) occurs in sets:

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