Definition of make someone sick in English:

make someone sick

phrase

  • 1Cause someone to vomit or feel nauseous or unwell.

    ‘sherry makes me sick and so do cigars’
    • ‘The smell made Eric sick, increasing the urge to vomit up his unfinished meal.’
    • ‘It wasn't that he was afraid of blood, on the contrary, but too much blood, exposed organs, and raw flesh with that nauseous stench could already make him sick.’
    1. 1.1 Cause someone to feel intense annoyance or disgust.
      ‘you're so damned self-righteous you make me sick!’
      • ‘Some patients died during aversion therapy after choking on their own vomit when therapists utilised disgusting sexual imagery to make them sick.’
      • ‘This is disgusting, makes me sick to my stomach.’
      • ‘She bit her lip and clenched her fists tightly, trying to chase away the memories and the sensations that made her sick with shame and disgust.’
      • ‘It was making her sick and disgusted just looking at them.’