Under the weather
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to be (or to feel) under the weather: to be (or to feel) a little ill or sick
Polly was feeling under the weather the last time I saw her; she had the flu so was feeling a bit ill.
- "Polly : Let me guess, you're feeling under the weather again today."
- "I know you were feeling a bit under the weather the last time we spoke."
- "Are you feeling under the weather?"
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