Meaning: To be sick.
I’m feeling under the weather today, so I’m not going to work.
She looked like she was under the weather: she had big bags under her eyes and she was moving really slowly.
A lot of my students looked like they were feeling under the weather this morning.
How should you respond if someone says “I’m feeling under the weather“?
A. “That’s too bad.”
C. “That’s interesting.”
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The correct answer is A. If someone says they’re feeling under the weather, that means they feel sick, so you should show some sympathy.