Translation: from spanish

if that happens

  • 1 no poder conciliar el sueño

    (v.) = have + trouble sleeping, have + trouble sleeping
    Ex. Usually, when I have trouble sleeping it's not because I feel wrong or anything like that, it just happens.
    Ex. Usually, when I have trouble sleeping it's not because I feel wrong or anything like that, it just happens.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + trouble sleeping, have + trouble sleeping

    Ex: Usually, when I have trouble sleeping it's not because I feel wrong or anything like that, it just happens.

    Ex: Usually, when I have trouble sleeping it's not because I feel wrong or anything like that, it just happens.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no poder conciliar el sueño

  • 2 sentirse mal

    v.
    to feel bad, to feel sick, to feel uncomfortable, to feel unwell.
    * * *
    to feel ill
    * * *
    (v.) = feel + bad, feel under + the weather, be under the weather, feel + wrong
    Ex. Herzberg developed a questionnaire that required lengthy descriptive reports of events that made the worker feel good or bad.
    Ex. Staying out late, lots of glasses of wine and having way too much fun has resulted in us both feeling under the weather all weekend long.
    Ex. Michael Jackson is 'a little bit under the weather,' but hasn't sought hospital treatment, his spokeswoman said.
    Ex. Usually, when I have trouble sleeping it's not because I feel wrong or anything like that, it just happens.
    * * *
    (v.) = feel + bad, feel under + the weather, be under the weather, feel + wrong

    Ex: Herzberg developed a questionnaire that required lengthy descriptive reports of events that made the worker feel good or bad.

    Ex: Staying out late, lots of glasses of wine and having way too much fun has resulted in us both feeling under the weather all weekend long.
    Ex: Michael Jackson is 'a little bit under the weather,' but hasn't sought hospital treatment, his spokeswoman said.
    Ex: Usually, when I have trouble sleeping it's not because I feel wrong or anything like that, it just happens.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sentirse mal

  • 3 sentirse molesto

    (v.) = stir + uneasily, look + uncomfortable, feel + wrong
    Ex. She did stir uneasily when one day he exhorted her to be careful whom she was seen with, and when he advised her to remember that in her new and different setting people who fail to observe unwritten rules of acceptable behavior are in some people's eyes expendable.
    Ex. The women will either look uncomfortable and make a hasty exit or will stand there with blank looks on their faces pretending not to have heard.
    Ex. Usually, when I have trouble sleeping it's not because I feel wrong or anything like that, it just happens.
    * * *
    (v.) = stir + uneasily, look + uncomfortable, feel + wrong

    Ex: She did stir uneasily when one day he exhorted her to be careful whom she was seen with, and when he advised her to remember that in her new and different setting people who fail to observe unwritten rules of acceptable behavior are in some people's eyes expendable.

    Ex: The women will either look uncomfortable and make a hasty exit or will stand there with blank looks on their faces pretending not to have heard.
    Ex: Usually, when I have trouble sleeping it's not because I feel wrong or anything like that, it just happens.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sentirse molesto

  • 4 creer que estar mal

    (v.) = feel + wrong
    Ex. Usually, when I have trouble sleeping it's not because I feel wrong or anything like that, it just happens.
    * * *
    (v.) = feel + wrong

    Ex: Usually, when I have trouble sleeping it's not because I feel wrong or anything like that, it just happens.

    Spanish-English dictionary > creer que estar mal

  • 5 sentirse mal con Uno mismo

    (v.) = feel + wrong
    Ex. Usually, when I have trouble sleeping it's not because I feel wrong or anything like that, it just happens.
    * * *
    (v.) = feel + wrong

    Ex: Usually, when I have trouble sleeping it's not because I feel wrong or anything like that, it just happens.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sentirse mal con Uno mismo

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