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Under The Weather ( not feeling well ... )

"Under The Weather"

To say that someone is "under the weather" is to say that they are not feeling very well.

Example: "What's wrong?" Answer: "I'm a bit under the weather."

They probably have a simple cold or flu which will go away quickly.

Example: "It's nothing serious; I'm just a bit under the weather."

Being "under the weather" reminds us that a quick change in the weather can affect our health and the way we feel.

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