“to be down in the mouth”

to be sad and depressed because something frustrating or unpleasant happened to you; however you can be down in the mouth because of the weather or for no particular reason
mieć handrę / czuć się kiepsko psychicznie
e.g. ...on hearing the tragic news about John's accident she was down in the mouth for a few days and couldn't come round

to be down in the mouth

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