English to Welsh Meaning :: unwell

Unwell :
anhwylus
- anhwylus
 
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(1) Although now back at home Milla said Otis is still unwell and reeling from the shock of being so poorly.(2) I can do this for only so long before I have to examine the microlevel problem of being unwell .(3) I think there are a whole lot more good people in the world than there are people who are mentally unwell .(4) The woman, who is believed to be elderly, was admitted to Macclesfield Hospital after she complained of feeling unwell .(5) He was full of humor, as I say, even though I saw him last time and he was obviously very unwell .(6) Then, at about 13,000 feet, Gillian began to feel unwell and was diagnosed by a doctor as having a chest infection.(7) She had been unwell in the early mornings for two days now, and she was worried.(8) I have been quite unwell this spring with a bad cold but I am in hopes I will got over it.(9) She did manage to get some work done the next day, though Molly thought she looked unwell .(10) They are the people who can soon tell if their child is off colour or unwell .(11) Each claimed at the court martials at Tidworth he had stayed at home to deal with family problems and their respective mothers had been unwell .(12) She said her daughter had become unwell when they returned to their hotel room after a day by the swimming pool.(13) King Henry would surely notice if I seemed unwell so I made an effort to calm myself.(14) If your pet is feeling unwell , they probably aren't up for their photo being taken.(15) The Ocean's 11 actor was staying at his parents' home in Denver, Colorado, when he started to feel unwell .(16) It is understood that he first became unwell late last week.
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(1) feel unwell ::
teimlo'n sâl
Synonyms
Adjective
1. ill ::
sâl
2. sick ::
sâl
3. indisposed ::
wael
4. ailing ::
trafferthion
6. not too good ::
heb fod yn rhy dda
7. lousy ::
lousy
8. bad ::
drwg
9. rough ::
garw
10. not oneself ::
nid yw eich hun
12. groggy ::
simsan
13. peaked ::
cyrraedd uchafbwynt
14. queasy ::
queasy
15. woozy ::
ddryslyd
16. nauseous ::
gyfoglyd
18. off ::
off
19. poorly ::
wael
20. wretched ::
truenus
21. dead ::
marw
22. under the weather ::
o dan y tywydd
23. funny ::
ddoniol
24. weird ::
rhyfedd
25. crappy ::
crappy
26. pukey ::
pukey
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