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How to improve your English during the corona crisis
April 9, 2020
10 English Idioms Connected with EASTER (part II.)
10 English Idioms Connected with EASTER (part I.)
April 8, 2020
6 jednoduchých trikov na zvládnutie predsavzatí nového roka
January 3, 2018
Výber jazykového kurzu? 6 rád ako na to!
September 4, 2017
To Save the Day
August 22, 2016
To Be Under the Weather
6 steps to kick-start your English this summer
August 5, 2016
May I bring some LOVE to your May?
May 17, 2016
8 awesome idioms that´ll bring SPRING to your vocabulary
March 15, 2016
5 MÝTOV O JAZYKU
October 17, 2014
Mgr. Martina Rapcová
What does it mean if someone says he is under the weather? It has nothing to do with weather, actually!
DEFINITION: It means to feel ill, not healthy. Especially when the illness is not very serious and you don't know what it is or you don't want to be specific.
EXAMPLE: "I'm feeling a bit under the weather - I think I'm getting a cold."
The same term is sometimes used as a euphemism for being drunk, as in: "After four drinks, Ellen was a bit under the weather."
So, if your friend is under the weather bringing him some vitamins can save his day!
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