(=of a pink colour) rose
→ pink lipstick
deep pink flowers des fleurs d'un rose profond
The dress is pale pink. La robe est rose pâle.
to turn pink
to go pink (with embarrassment)
She went pink as she remembered her mistake. Elle rosit en se remémorant son erreur.
→ controlled by councils with woolly, pink leanings
→ Howard plans gay summit as Tories eye the pink vote
(=colour) rose m
→ white flowers edged in pink
→ sweaters in a variety of pinks and blues
dressed in pink habillé (e) en rose
(BOTANY) œillet m , mignardise f
to be in the pink
(=healthy) se porter comme un charme
n champagne m rosé
n cocktail m de gin et d'angustura
n pouvoir m d'achat des gays
→ business now realizes that they've got to be more aware of the so-called pink pound
pink slip *
(US, terminating employment) avis m de licenciement
(=MOT certificate) attestation f de contrôle technique
adj rose m inv saumon
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