turn (one's) stomach

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turn (one's) stomach

To cause one to feel or become nauseated. Ugh, the smell of eggs cooking just turns my stomach. The amount of money we spent at that restaurant turned my stomach.
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turn someone's stomach

Fig. to upset one's stomach. The violent movie turned my stomach. The rich, creamy food turned John's stomach.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

turn one's stomach

Nauseate one, disgust one, as in That mess of spoiled food turns my stomach. This idiom alludes to being so nauseated that one vomits-that is, the stomach in effect turns around and brings up food. It was first recorded in 1622.
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The American Heritage® Dictionary of Idioms by Christine Ammer. Copyright © 2003, 1997 by The Christine Ammer 1992 Trust. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.

turn your stomach

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make your stomach turn

1. If food or a smell turns your stomach, it makes you feel sick. I can't eat meat, it turns my stomach. The mingling smells of all the food cooking in the kitchen made her stomach turn.
2. If something you have seen or heard about turns your stomach, it makes you feel very shocked because you feel it is morally wrong. The way he treats his staff turns my stomach.
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Collins COBUILD Idioms Dictionary, 3rd ed. © HarperCollins Publishers 2012

turn someone's stomach

nauseate someone.
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turn somebody’s ˈstomach

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make somebody’s ˈstomach turn

make somebody feel sick or disgusted: The thought of eating a raw egg turns my stomach.
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turn someone’s stomach

tv. to nauseate someone. That stuff turns my stomach. Do I have to eat it?
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References in classic literature ?
This woman did not tell her that she made her head ache, but, on the contrary, she hugged her, and laughed, and cried, till her sanity was a thing to be doubted of; and when released from her, Eva flew from one to another, shaking hands and kissing, in a way that Miss Ophelia afterwards declared fairly turned her stomach.
But the food turned her stomach when she opened the packet.
On being asked by MTV News about the ubiquitous tune, Winslet had revealed that the song made her do "a massive internal eye roll" and furthered that it even turned her stomach. ( ANI )
She never really quite understood what the captain wanted for his Asian crew Doves, pigeons--the thought of eating either turned her stomach. But her job is not to question the eating habits of the babel of sailors serving Santos, but to cater to them.
But Ruth still keeps a picture of her skeletal body - which she said turned her stomach when she saw it - next to her bed as a poignant reminder.