look at/see sth through rose-coloured/rose-tinted glasses Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of "look at/see sth through rose-coloured/rose-tinted glasses" - English Dictionary

look at/see sth through rose-coloured/rose-tinted glasses

(UK also look at/see sth through rose-coloured/rose-tinted spectacles)
to see only the pleasant things about a situation and not notice the things that are unpleasant: She's always looked at life through rose-tinted glasses.
(Definition of look at/see sth through rose-coloured/rose-tinted glasses from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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