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Meaning of drowsy #1 (permalink) Mon Feb 20, 2006 18:07 pm   Meaning of drowsy
 

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ESL/EFL Test #122 "Sleep Expressions", question 2

Cold medicines usually make me feel ......... I feel like I don't have energy to do anything.

(a) asleep
(b) hyper
(c) awake
(d) drowsy

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #122 "Sleep Expressions", answer 2

Cold medicines usually make me feel drowsy I feel like I don't have energy to do anything.

Correct answer: (d) drowsy
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Drowsy #2 (permalink) Mon Feb 20, 2006 18:28 pm   Drowsy
 

drowsy = It's like your mind is not fully alert or at its fullest potential or awareness. You usually feel that way if you are drugged or taking some type medicine that makes you sleepy.
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