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Idiom #14 – Feel under the weather

What does the idiom “Feel under the weather” mean?

To be ill, unable to do regular activities.

Suffering from a hangover.

How to use the idiom?

I think I’m going to have to take the day off work. I feel quite under the weather today.
Yeah, I was under the weather last week, but I’m feeling much better now.

We were out celebrating Valerie’s birthday last night—that’s why we’re all under the weather today.

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