Under the weather
Definition: Sick, ill, not well.
1) I’m feeling a little under the weather today. I think I’ll stay home from work.
من امروز یکم ناخوشم. فکر کنم امروز خانه بمونم و سر کار نرم.
2) I’m going to stay home because I’m feeling under the weather today.
من میخواهم امروز خانه بمونم، آخه ناخوشم
3) I told my boss that I was under the weather. She told me to stay home for the day.
4) My wife is feeling under the weather, so I need to get home early today.
همسرم ناخوش، خب من باید امروز زودتر برم خانه
A short conversation with Under the weather
A: “Why didn’t you come to school today?”
B: “I was under the weather this morning. I need to get some rest.”
A: “Well, I hope you start feeling better.”
Other Common Sentences
“I’m feeling a little sick today.”
“I don’t feel too well.”
“I’m not feeling that great. I think I should get some rest.”
This is a nineteenth century phrase which probably derives from the popular belief that the weather (rain, sun, wind, cold, etc.) can affect your health.