WordReference English Collocations © 2020
hangoverⓘMost examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
- [cures, remedies] for hangovers
- do you have a hangover [this morning, after last night]?
- don't [shout, yell]. I have a hangover
- woke up with a (terrible) hangover
- a [stinging, pounding, terrible] hangover
- this hangover is killing me
- a hangover from [last night, the party, all the beer]
- went to [work, class] with a hangover
- I still have a hangover!
- don't you have a hangover?
- I have the worst hangover (ever)!
- drink water to prevent a hangover
- drink some water. You don't want (to get) a hangover tomorrow
- drink [water, orange juice] to prevent a hangover
- I'm going to have a hangover tomorrow!
- a morning hangover
- sleep off your hangover
- trying to sleep off my hangover
- never used to get hangovers (like this)
- always get a hangover (now)
- always have a hangover the next day
- is a hangover from her [past, childhood]
- a hangover from [communism, the dictatorship]
- hangover [cures, remedies]
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