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    Smile ill vs sick

    Could you please discriminate between the shades of meaning of the words "ill" and "sick"

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    Wink Re: ill vs sick

    Quote Originally Posted by snade17 View Post
    Could you please discriminate between the shades of meaning of the words "ill" and "sick"
    From English dictionary:
    "ill or unwell is more usual when referring to people [vs animals]. Sick is more usual in US English."

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