食べ過ぎて今とても気持ち悪いですって英語でなんて言うの?

レストランで食べ過ぎたりした後に言う言葉
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yoriさん
2019/06/26 22:51
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  • I ate so much that I'm not feeling well right now.

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I ate so much は「私は食べ過ぎた」という意味です。いっぱい食べたら、I ate so much と言えます。
そして、that I'm not feeling well right now は「今とても気持ち悪いです」という意味です。

したがって、I ate so much that I'm not feeling well right now. 「食べ過ぎて今とても気持ち悪いです。」
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  • I overate and now i don't feel too good.

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  • I ate too much and now I do not feel well.

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If you have eaten too much and now do not feel well and want to explain this to someone, you can say something like "I overate and now i don't feel too good." or "I ate too much and now my stomach does not feel good.".
「食べ過ぎてしまって気持ちが悪い」は、次のように言えます。

"I overate and now I don't feel too good."
"I ate too much and now my stomach does not feel good."
(食べ過ぎてしまって胃が気持ちが悪い)
Kharina DMM英会話講師
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  • I ate too much and now I feel sick.

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  • I stuffed my face and now I feel nauseous.

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  • I overdid it at dinner time, now I feel sick.

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If you feel sick after eating too much, you cna express this by saying the following :-

1. I ate too much and now I feel sick.
Example: I ate too much ice-cream, and now I feel sick.

2. I stuffed my face and now I feel nauseous.
Example: I stuffed my faceat the birthday party, and now I feel nauseous.
( "stuffed my face" is an informal expression that means to overeat.)


3. I overdid it at dinner time, now I feel sick.
Example: I overdid it at dinner time, I had three plates of food, now I feel sick.
食べ過ぎて気持ちが悪くなったときは、次のように言えます。

1. I ate too much and now I feel sick.(食べ過ぎてしまって気持ちが悪い)
例:
I ate too much ice-cream, and now I feel sick.(アイスを食べ過ぎてしまって気持ちが悪い)

2. I stuffed my face and now I feel nauseous.(食べ過ぎてしまって気持ちが悪い)
例:
I stuffed my face at the birthday party, and now I feel nauseous.(誕生日会で食べ過ぎてしまって気持ちが悪い)
※ "stuffed my face" は「食べ過ぎる」という意味のカジュアルな表現です。

3. I overdid it at dinner time, now I feel sick.(夕食を食べ過ぎてしまって気持ちが悪い)
例:
I overdid it at dinner time, I had three plates of food, now I feel sick.(夕食を食べ過ぎました。3皿も食べたから気持ちが悪い)
Jerryann DMM英会話講師
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  • I overstuffed myself and I don’t feel good.

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  • I ate too much, I feel sick.

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こう言えますよ、
❶ I overstuffed myself and I don’t feel good.
(お腹に詰めすぎて、気持ち悪い)。
*overstuffed は「詰めすぎた」、食べた後に言う場合は「食べすぎた」という意味です。

❷I ate too much and I feel sick now,
(食べすぎて、今とても気持ち悪い)。
*feel sick は 気持ち悪くて吐きそう、気分が悪い、という意味です。

参考に!
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  • I'm so full, I think I have over indulged.

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  • I have had too much to eat, I feel sick.

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  • My stomach can't take another morsel, I feel sick.

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You can use all of the above sentences to describe "Eating too much"
Morsel means a very small amount of food. My stomach can't take even the smallest amount of food, I'm so full, I feel sick.
Over - indulge means, to have too much of something enjoyable, especially food and drink.
上の文はどれも「食べ過ぎ」を表します。

"Morsel" は「一口の食べ物」という意味です。「もう一口も入らないくらいおなかがいっぱいで、気持ちが悪い」と伝えています。

"Overindulge" は「〔特に食べ物・酒について〕好き放題やり過ぎる」という意味です。
Bev U DMM英会話講師
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  • I've overindulged, and don't feel so good.

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  • My eyes were bigger than my belly.

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  • I wish I hadn't eaten so much, as I'm not feeling too well.

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The first phrase is a statement of fact, with "overindulge" meaning to have too much of a good thing, resulting in the person not feeling well.
The second phrase, often heard in the UK, probably comes from the Middle Ages, and originally used to mean tackling a task that was too ambitious. It has now entered everyday language as a way of describing eating too much.
The third phrase conveys a feeling of regret and remorse that eating too much has made the person feel uncomfortable.
一つ目の例は事実を述べています。"overindulge" は「食べ過ぎて[飲み過ぎて]気持ちが悪くなる」という意味です。

二つ目のフレーズはイギリスでよく使われます、起源は中世までさかのぼると思います。もともとは「自分の能力以上のことをする」という意味でした。現在は「食べ過ぎ」を表す表現として使われています。

三つ目の例は食べ過ぎたことへの後悔や悔いを表します。
Gozo P DMM英会話講師
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  • I ate too much, I feel sick

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  • I have had too much to eat and don't feel good now

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Sick means feeling nauseous and wanting to vomit (in this case it would be overeating). For example - at the restaraunt I ate too much and now need some medicine because I feel really sick.
"Sick" は「(この場合は食べ過ぎで)気持ちが悪くて吐きそう」という意味です。
例えば:
At the restaraunt I ate too much and now need some medicine because I feel really sick.
(レストランで食べ過ぎた。気持ち悪いから薬を飲まないと)
Sarah Elizabeth DMM英会話講師
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  • I stuffed myself and now don't feel too good (informal)

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  • I overate and now feel slightly unwell

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You ate too much and now you don't feel well - and wish to explain this situation. Any of the above comments will be adequate for this scenario.
「食べ過ぎて気持ちが悪い」と言いたいということですね。

上の例はどちらもこの状況で使うことができます。
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • I think I ate a bit too much.

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  • I think I may have overindulged.

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  • I am feeling a little uncomfortable from overeating.

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When you say that you have eaten a bit too much, the other person can assume that you are feeling a little uncomfortable, you can also say that you feel uncomfortable from eating too much - overeating...

If you overindulge in food or drink that means that you have too much or that you have overeaten too.
"ate a bit too much"(ちょっと食べ過ぎた)と言えば、「気分が悪い」というニュアンスになります。
他に、"I am feeling a little uncomfortable from overeating"(食べ過ぎてちょっと気分が悪い)という言い方もできます。

"overindulge" は「食べ過ぎる/飲み過ぎる」という意味です。
MJ Elworthy DMM英会話講師
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