You're out with a friend and your stomach started to feel upset. Your friend asks you about it, and you explain what's happening:
That burrito I ate didn't agree with me.
A burrito is a food item that's popular in American versions of Mexican food. It's some kind of meat, beans, and sometimes rice, grilled onions and peppers, or other fillings, all wrapped in a piece of thin flat bread called a tortilla.
When food gives you an upset stomach, you can say that the food "didn't agree with" you. It's a way of saying that the food made you feel sick.
You can say that something "didn't agree with" you even if it just makes you feel a little bit sick. It doesn't have to be a very strong negative reaction.
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