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    To feel light-headed = Faint-headed?

    Hello amigos!

    Id better seeing a doctor, Im feeling a bit light-headed/faint-headed.

    Do they have the same sense in the sentence?

    Thanks,

    Sam

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    Re: To feel light-headed = Faint-headed?

    Quote Originally Posted by sambistapt View Post
    Hello amigos!

    Id better seeing a doctor, Im feeling a bit light-headed/faint-headed.

    Do they have the same sense in the sentence?

    Thanks,

    Sam
    I'd better see a doctor, I'm feeling a bit light-headed. Or "I'm feeling a bit faint".

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