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目眩, 眩暈, 目まい, 目眩い, めまい, げんうん

  • memai,gen'un


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru, nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • dizziness
  • giddiness
  • vertigo

Examples of 目眩,眩暈,目まい,目眩い,めまい,げんうん in a Sentence

I feel sort of dizzy. "You look pale. You'd better take a day off."
I felt faint with hunger.
Feeling a little dizzy, I sat down for a while.
But he suddenly felt dizzy and he sat down again in his old chair.
The beggar was dizzy with hunger and fatigue.
I suddenly stood up and felt faint and light-headed.
What with fatigue and hunger, he was faint.
I feel sort of dizzy and I feel like throwing up.

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