Examples of under the weather

under the weather


There is no doubt that at the present time they are under the weather and are finding the strain considerable.

It is a diagnostic test of one day’s performance whether the child is feeling ill or fit, bright or under the weather.

I think that he is a bit under the weather at the moment.

He was “under the weather” as one might put it.

The advertisement in yesterday’s newspapers suggested that we would be better off under the weather.

Many of them have kept on working while “under the weather” themselves.

Spectacles come into the same category as chiropody, which unfortunately is very much under the weather when it comes to the allocation of resources.

I was going to say that they might feel under the weather, but that would take us back to the pregnancy tester.

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Where part of humanity is in distress, the whole is under the weather.

Nationalisation, as we all know, has been rather under the weather lately.

Even where doctors fully brief their patients, it is difficult for people under stress and under the weather to recall even a fraction of what they have been told.

Minnie is now apparently under the weather.

Bad weather and feeling under the weather won’t deter them from the prize.



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Translations of under the weather

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estar mal/indispuesto…

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ne pas se sentir en forme…

nebýt ve své kůži, necítit se dobře…

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