IDIOM - To be "off-color"

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IDIOM - To be "off-color"

Post  Vincent Law on Wed Apr 11, 2012 12:52 pm

IDIOM - To be "off-color":

"be off-colour" (British & Australian)

To not be feeling as well as usual.
Ex: "He had flu a couple of months ago and he's been a bit off-colour ever since."

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