Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Hangover"

The meaning of "Hangover" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa Hangover ?
A: The headache you have in the morning after you had a lot of alcohol the night before
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Q: O que significa Hangover?
A: When you feel sick (headache, nausea, sensitivity to light and loud noises) the day after a night of drinking.
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Synonyms of "Hangover" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre Hangover e hungover ?
A: A hangover is when you feel bad after a night of drinking alcohol. We would normally say it's something you "have".

Being hungover is the state of having a hangover. We would normally say it's something you "are".

"Close the curtains, I have a hangover."
"Close the curtains, I am hungover."
Q: Qual é a diferença entre Hangover
e Hungover ?
A: Hangover = noun
E.g. I have a hangover.

Hungover = adjective
E.g. I am so hungover.

Translations of "Hangover"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Hangover
A: La gueule de bois.

Other questions about "Hangover"

Q: Hangover eating is caused by decreasing a blood sugar level. Our liver uses much energy to break down alcohol. As a result, a blood sugar level decreases and we feel hungry. soa natural?
A: Hangover eating is caused by decreased blood sugar level. Our liver uses much energy to break down alcohol. As a result, our blood sugar level decreases and we feel hungry.
Q: "Hangover is over" does make any sense? 😀 soa natural?
A: It makes sense but it's more common to hear someone say "my hangover is gone"
Q: Hangover
Hungover

How do you pronounce those?
A: "Hangover. Hungover. I have a hangover. I am hungover."

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