fluey

fluey

(ˈfluːɪ)
adj
informal involved in, caused by, or like influenza
Translations

fluey

[ˈfluːiː] ADJ (Brit) → griposo
to feel flueyestar griposo

fluey

adj (Brit inf) to feel flueydas Gefühl haben, dass man Grippe hat
References in classic literature ?
I waited about until it was noon, and I went upon 'Change, and I saw fluey men sitting there under the bills about shipping, whom I took to be great merchants, though I couldn't understand why they should all be out of spirits.
Inspector Hignell added: "She is eating and drinking well but she does have some fluey symptoms and is a bit wheezy.
A little more than two months of actual hands-on work from civilians and military members went into restoring the fluey at the recycling center.
Fluey Newton, for example, recalled vicious matches of the dozens with a childhood friend, but both knew that the insults involved "were just words" that didn't undermine their friendship ([1973] 2009, 25).
Rowan Pelling, co-founder of The Erotic Review "For those of us who are aficionados of The Archers - and I am one - there is a simple answer to the dreadful, fluey cold that is afflicting them all.
The spices also contribute towards increasing circulation and improving blood flow to combat those fluey aches and pains and to bring comfort to those stiff and sore areas.
He reddens, mumbles: 'Fine,' and walks into step beside meSaturdayDave has some fluey thing so can't come out.
6REPORTER: 'I feel fluey and had to come home early because I feel so terrible.
February is a busy time because it's winter and it's a fluey time, but I don't think the figure would be vastly different at any other time.
I also advised the withdrawal of eight foals because they are a bit fluey and need more time.