Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Sick"

The meaning of "Sick" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does that's so sick! mean?
A: it's similar to "that's so cool"
Q: What does That's sick mean?
A: It can be used in varied ways. For example, if something is really cool or awesome (let's say someone did a really cool skateboard trick) you can say "that's sick!"

You can also use it for something bad. For example, if someone does something disgusting or psychotic. You would use that too.

It's all in the facial expression.
Q: What does sick mean?
Q: What does sick mean?
Q: What does i'm sick of this mean?
A: Someone is growing tired of whatever is placed after.

I'm sick of work means someone is over/fed up/done with work. Just plain tired of something and annoyed with it.

Example sentences using "Sick"

Q: Please show me example sentences with sick.
A: Common phrases that I can think of are:
“I feel sick.”
“You look sick. Are you (feeling) okay?”
“I’m sick of this nonsense.”
“This makes me sick.”
“Dude, that’s so sick.”

There’s definitely more but these are the ones that popped into my head. I added the various uses of “sick”, mainly the general term and an example of slang.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I'm sick of you..
A: I'm sick of you always messing with me.
Usually means they don't want you to do something anymore or you do it too much.
Q: Please show me example sentences with sick and tired .
A: "I feel so sick- I think I have the flu."
"I haven't slept since yesterday and I'm so tired."
Q: Please show me example sentences with sick.
A: He couldn't come because he's really sick. (sick = ill)
I think people who trains tigers are sick. (sick = crazy/mad)
I love your t-shirt! It's sick! (sick = awesome)

Synonyms of "Sick" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between sick and cold ?
A: @miyu33:
cold = 寒い
I have a cold = ちょっと風邪気味
I am sick = 熱でも、なんでも、体調崩したとき言うよ!
Q: What is the difference between sick and illness and disease ?
A: They are also different parts of speech. Illness and disease are nouns (名詞). Sick is not a noun. You can HAVE an illness, or have a disease. You cannot "have a sick" (you can have a sickNESS). For "sick", you usually say be sick, feel sick, or get sick. Also (at least in the US), illness and disease are about the same, I wouldn't say that one is worse than the other. Disease is often used at the end of a name (Celiac Disease, Heart Disease). In regular writing and speaking, you can use disease/illness/sickness almost interchangeably. If you're talking about how you or someone you know feels (like if you have a cold) you would usually say "I got sick" or "I was sick" or "I feel sick". Sick is definitely the most common. It would sound unnatural to say "I have a disease" or "I have an illness" unless it's really severe. I hope that helps.
Q: What is the difference between sick and ill ?
A: They both essentially mean the same things, but you might hear "ill" more in circumstances that are more serious.

If someone just has a cold, it might sound a bit awkward to say they're ill. But if someone has pneumonia, or something just as bad, saying they're ill is more fitting. Hope this made sense!
Q: What is the difference between sick and ill ?
A: Sick and ill both mean physically unwell, but they both have their own other meanings too. Ill can also mean poor in quality. In slang, sick can also mean crazy or cool. Ex. "Dude, your new car is sick!"
Q: What is the difference between sick and ailment ?
A: "ailment" = "sickness"
"ill" = "sick"

Same meaning, but they come from different places.

"ill" meaning evil, and "sick" meaning unhealthy

Translations of "Sick"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sick
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sick
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm sick
A: That's correct, that's how we say it in english.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sick and tired
A: Sick and tired
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sick
A: "Sick" is a very common English word, but its meaning depends on where you are. In many places in North America, it means the same thing as "ill," and is actually the most common way to say it. However, in some places, it only means nauseous, or vomiting.

Other questions about "Sick"

Q: What's your sick? Does this sound natural?
A: × What's your sick?
✓ “Are you sick?” 具合が悪いんですか?
“What’s your sickness?” あなたの病気は何ですか?

I hope I was able to help
Q: What's your sick? Does this sound natural?
A: × What's your sick?
✓ What is your sickness? You can also ask 'are you not feeling well', 'do you have a common cold.' You don't need to add common, you can just ask if they have a cold.

Q: I'm sick of you Does this sound natural?
A: If you want to let that person know you don't like them, that's the way to do it. o.0
Q: Currently I'm sick. Does this sound natural?
A: yeah that sounds fine, although a more casual option would be to say "I'm sick at the moment"
Q: You're so sick! I like you! Does this sound natural?
A: Sick is slang that you would only use if a persons appearance or actions are a little uncommon or different.

To a girl with pink hair-Your hair is sick! I like you!

To a guy doing a trick on a skateboard-That trick was sick! I like you!

If it's just a normal person say "you're dope" or "I like your style"

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