Today’s idiom: “under the weather”

14 Nov

Are you feeling a bit under the weather today? If you are, I hope you will soon feel better…

“Under the weather” is, quite simply, a sick feeling, usually not very severe. It could be a headache, a cold, or the effect of too much alcohol the night before.

under the weatherHere is another way of saying that you’re feeling sick.

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