Be/feel under the weather

 If someone is under the weather, it means that they are feeling ill or unwell.

I won’t be able to come to work today. I feel under the weather. I’m afraid it might be the flu.

I was under the weather yesterday but I’m feeling better now.

We had too much alcohol at the party last night. That’s why we’re under the weather now.

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