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English Idioms With The Color Green


  • the grass is always greener on the other side - the other side always looks better
  • When I was little I always wanted to live in a big house, now I live in a big house and I have to clean it all the time. The grass is always green on the other side.

  • green with envy – jealous
  • I am green with envy, because my friend has a new car.

  • the green light – permission
  • My boss gave me the green light to start the project.

  • green thumb – good with plants and gardening
  • I do not have a green thumb, all my plants died.

  • green – someone that is new at something or someplace
  • That new guy is really green, he has no idea what to do.

  • look green – looking sick
  • Your are looking really green. I think you should lie down.

  • be green – be concerned about the environment
  • It is really important that everyone be as green as possible.

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