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" I'm a little out of sorts today."

Which sort of what she speak here about? I don't understand

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    'to be out of sorts' means 'to be irritable(edgy), not in good spirits or temper'; not in a good health;

    -so if you feel irritable or angry with something, you can say : ''I'm a little out of sorts today''( it means that you're in such a bad mood or bad-tempered)

    - and if you feel slightly unwell (not in good health) because of something you've eaten, you can also say: ''I felt a bit out of sorts after last night's heavy meal''

    hope you understood it!

    Someone is in a bad mood.

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