Meaning of under the weather in English:

under the weather

Translate under the weather into Spanish

phrase

informal
  • Slightly unwell or in low spirits.

    • ‘she was sufficiently under the weather to have to pull out of the championship’
    • ‘he's been under the weather since he's been on his own’
    • ‘I feel sick, have a painful headache and feel a bit under the weather, but I know that if I push myself and get out of bed I will feel better.’
    • ‘And every time I go for a stroll by the river when I'm feeling a bit under the weather, I come back home wondering why I felt so poorly in the first place.’
    • ‘So I'm more than a bit under the weather at present.’
    • ‘Your GP is always there if you feel under the weather.’
    • ‘Consequently, today I am a bit tired and under the weather.’
    • ‘Cooper has been a little under the weather since we got back from Hawaii.’
    • ‘I've been feeling under the weather lately, so I decided to stay in bed this morning and get some much needed sleep.’
    • ‘And then yesterday I retired to my sickbed, feeling decidedly under the weather, and am still not on top form today.’
    • ‘I didn't go to the gym yesterday because I was a little under the weather.’
    • ‘One of our hens is a bit under the weather at the moment.’
    ill, unwell, indisposed, ailing, poorly, not well, not very well, not oneself, not in good shape, out of sorts, not up to par, below par, under par, peaky, liverish
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