Expression of the week: To be/feel under the weather


“To be/feel under the weather”

Portuguese equivalent: “Estar indisposto”.

Sample sentences:

“Is the chief purser ok? She told me she was a little under the weather”.

I feel under the weather today. When we arrive at the hotel I’m going straight to my room”.

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