Translation of drowsiness in Spanish:


somnolencia, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdraʊzinəs//ˈdraʊzɪnəs/


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    somnolencia feminine
    sopor masculine
    modorra feminine
    a feeling of drowsiness overcame him lo invadió el sopor / la modorra
    • I have had a few nights when I have had difficulty sleeping and pondered her case until drowsiness got the better of me again.
    • At the stage of lethargy and drowsiness, cerebral function is affected and the person may not be able to think well enough to make an escape effort.
    • Last year, driver drowsiness was thought to be the cause of 40,000 serious injuries and 3,500 deaths on the roads.
    • The struggle against drowsiness and fatigue is the struggle for meaning.
    • The authors further justify the use of butterbur because it does not produce the drowsiness and fatigue typical of antihistamines.