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What does the idiom 'in the pink' mean?
It means you stood up and started giving a speech.
I think it means that that person agrees with that others persons idiom and that it fit that question that the teacher or whoever asked that question.
in on it means you know whats going on or about a certain subject. "when it comes to penguins I am in on it!" i might say
The meaning of the idiom in the pink of health means being in good health.
"Tickled" is a southern expression in the US which means pleased or happy. Pink is just the color pink. Thus, "tickled pink" means you are so pleased you are blushing. If som…eone does something especially nice for you, you say "I'm just tickled pink!"
To be "tickled pink" means to be delighted about something, or to be in a state of excitement and joy, e.g., "She was tickled pink after receiving her present."
get to the bus stop before the bus pulls off. To "catch" a bus, train, plane, or other vehicle just means that you got there on time and boarded. The image is of you chasing …after the vehicle and catching it so you can climb on.
Idioms are phrases or expressions whose meaning should not be taken literally. I cannot be understood by simply knowing and putting together the ordinary meanings of the separ…ate words in it. Examples: Contracts, agreements, and memos should be put into Black and White. (into writing) I burned the midnight oil whenever there's a test. (study thoroughly)
It means "to try it", a better way of saying it is "have a go at it" . happy speaking!
The idiom "apple shiner" means the teacher's pet.
When you mean business, you are serious about whatever it is."Business" is a way of saying that something is not humorous orjoking, but should be taken seriously the way work …is taken. Youhear this said when someone is joking around in a serioussituation, such as when their parents are trying to tell themsomething serious.
It's a nonsense phrase used when someone is upset or sad. You pat them on the back and say "There, there." You can also say "there, there, everything will turn out right."
it means he or she was blushing due to occurring something on the spot and we can also take meaning from it like he is healthy and happy with the situation .
Hurry up, finish what you started, whats the main part of this question, stuff like that. It's not necessarily and idiom, just a popular saying people use.
It's not an idiom. It means exactly what it says. "By all means" or"by any method necessary."
"To be" is not an idiom - it's a verb.