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How to Pronounce Sick: Learn how to pronounce Sick in English correctly

Learn how to say Sick correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word sick:

adjective
1affected by physical or mental illness:
nursing very sick children
half my staff were off sick
(as plural noun the sick)
visiting the sick and the elderly
relating to those who are ill:
the company organized a sick fund for its workers
(of an organization, system, or society) suffering from serious problems:
the British economy remains sick
2 [predic.] feeling nauseous and wanting to vomit:
he was starting to feel sick
Mark felt sick with fear
[attributive] (of an emotion) so intense as to cause one to feel unwell or nauseous:
he had a sick fear of returning
informal disappointed, mortified, or miserable:
he looked pretty sick at that, but he eventually agreed
archaic pining or longing for someone or something:
he was sick for a sight of her
3 (sick of) intensely annoyed with or bored by (someone or something) as a result of having had too much of them:
I’m absolutely sick of your moods
4 informal (especially of humour) having something unpleasant such as death or misfortune as its subject and dealing with it in an offensive way:
this was someone’s idea of a sick joke
(of a person) having abnormal or unnatural tendencies; perverted:
he is a deeply sick man from whom society needs to be protected
5 informal excellent.
noun
[mass noun] British informal
vomit:
she was busy wiping sick from the carpet
verb
[with object] (sick something up) British informal
bring something up by vomiting:
he was passing blood and sicking it up
[no object]:
she sicked up all over the carpet