Translation of liverish in Spanish:

liverish

Pronunciation /ˈlɪv(ə)rɪʃ//ˈlɪv(ə)rɪʃ/

adjective

  • 1British informal, dated

    (unwell)
    I feel a little liverish ando mal del hígado
    • Everyone's feeling a bit liverish this morning, because we had to have the hacks' reception at Bute House last night.
    • The liver is very sensitive to stress, so eating lots of fatty foods can make you feel liverish, aggravate the symptoms of irritable-bowel syndrome and disrupt sleeping patterns.
  • 2

    (peevish)
    (temperament) irritable
    • If Jupiter, the god of Rome, looks liverish, he has cause.
    • The weather made me liverish, the talk of the ordinary Englishman made me sick, I couldn't get enough exercise, and the amusements of London seemed as flat as soda-water that has been standing in the sun.