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Select from the options A-D the correct meaning of the idiom underlined. I learn...


Question

Select from the options A-D the correct meaning of the idiom underlined.
I learnt Agnes was off colour this morning. She was not in class.

Options

A) busy somewhere else

B) not able to wake up early enough

C) not in her right mind

D) not in good health

The correct answer is D.


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  • Please cross check the answer is D.
    (Off colours) means slightly ill
    e.g
    • I'm fine, thank you, but Elinor's a bit off colour at the moment.
    • Bruce went to the doctor, feeling a little off colour, and was told that he had anaemia.