English to Estonian Meaning :: lethargic

Lethargic :
unine
unine - unineunine
 
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Adjective(1) deficient in alertness or activity

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(1) He had pneumonia and diarrhoea and was severely anaemic and lethargic .(2) All of us were suffering from headaches, feeling nauseated and very lethargic .(3) They looked tired and lethargic with absolutely none of the sparkle we have associated with them in the past.(4) Most claimed to be fully adherent only on occasions when they felt lethargic or unwell.(5) Mrs Lewis said she had felt unwell, lethargic , irritable and overweight for many years.(6) After seemingly endless weeks of constant commotion, they appear listless and lethargic .(7) The boy was lethargic and confused but seemed to recognise his mother.(8) Furthermore, filling up on fatty foods like bacon or cheese makes you tired, lethargic and apathetic.(9) However, presentations where a patient is hypo-alert and lethargic may go unrecognised.(10) If the cat is lethargic and his coat is dull and unhealthy looking, this too may be a sign.(11) Over the previous two days he had been feeling increasingly tired, lethargic , polyuric, and thirsty.(12) If we are too relaxed, we become lethargic , wasteful and languid.(13) Its rulers could not have been that lethargic , or its diplomacy so tortuous, for it to have survived for such a long period.(14) Is he shaking with rigors, is he awake and alert and comfortable, or is he lethargic ?(15) I got very sick and I had inflammation of the brain, and I was very lethargic .(16) While such a form of epilepsy would not feature seizures, the condition can be seen in lethargic children.
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Adjective
1. sluggish ::
loid
2. inert ::
inertne
3. inactive ::
passiivne
4. underactive ::
kilpnäärme
5. slow ::
aeglane
6. torpid ::
torpiidne
7. lifeless ::
elutu
8. languid ::
rauge
9. listless ::
tuim
10. lazy ::
laisk
11. idle ::
tegevusetu
12. indolent ::
laisk
13. shiftless ::
saamatu
14. slothful ::
laisk
15. apathetic ::
ükskõikne
16. weary ::
väsinud
17. tired ::
väsinud
18. fatigued ::
väsinud
Antonyms
1. active ::
aktiivne
Different Forms
lethargic
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