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    What's the term for disgust of food when you have eaten excessively, due to sweetness or something?


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    indigestion
    nausea
    dyspeptic
    surfeited

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    indigestion
    nausea
    dyspeptic
    surfeited
    Oh! these words seem so technical, how do we use them in everyday conversations? please give example, thanks!!!

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    I couldn't eat another bite - I'm stuffed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barb_D View Post
    I couldn't eat another bite - I'm stuffed.
    I'm stuffed = I'm full

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    indigestion
    nausea
    dyspeptic
    surfeited
    I checked the meaning of these words,

    indigestion - uncomfortable inability or difficulty in digesting food

    nausea - sickness at the stomach, esp. when accompanied by a loathing for food and an involuntary impulse to vomit.

    surfeit - excess or overindulgence in eating or drinking.

    * I can't look for dyspeptic...

    surfeit is closer to what I'm looking for, you feel disgust for food (though your not full yet) because you have eaten much sweet(for example)...

    can somebody gives me examples for this!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blouen View Post
    What's the term for disgust of food when you have eaten excessively, due to sweetness or something?

    when you've eaten a lot of sweets, you feel nauseous, feel sick of it, i.e. you feel an urge to vomit and a sickly distaste for sweets. You can even say that you feel 'green' from eating too much candy.
    Last edited by bianca; 26-Jun-2007 at 08:11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bianca View Post
    when you've eaten a lot of sweets, you feel nauseous, feel sick of it, i.e. you feel an urge to vomit and a sickly distaste for sweets. You can even say that you feel 'green' from eating too much candy.
    "I feel nauseous of eating cake." -is this right?

    How do you say it in everyday English?

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    Say, this form: This cake is _______. (Your sick of eating this cake because it is sweet or something.


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    "This cake is too sweet. It makes me feel nauseous."

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