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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119536: Colour Idioms
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Colours/Colors | Idioms [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Colours - Colours and pictures - Colors: idioms II - Vocabulary: black and/ or white? (1) - Vocabulary: colours (2) - Colours - Vocabulary: gems and silver - Mixed colours
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    Colour Idioms


    Black Sheep

    Meaning:

    • A person showing bad behaviour

    Blue blood

    Meaning:

    • Royal or noble family

    Bolt from the blue

    Meaning:

    • Something quite unexpected

    Blue-eyed boy

    Meaning:

    • Favourite person

    In black and white

    Meaning:

    • In writing

    In the pink

    Meaning:

    • In good health





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    1. I am happy to be back .

    2. The loss of his job was a .

    3. They will dismiss all the in this office.

    4. I have all their plans .

    5. The earl refuses to allow anyone who is not of to marry his son.

    6. She was when her mother saw her.

    7. They want to have the agreement .

    8. The news of his loss in business came as a .

    9. To approach the minister get hold of Mr. Shehroz, his .

    10. We respect people.









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