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go/turn beetroot (red)

( also go as red as a beetroot, US go beet red, go as red as a beet)
to have a red face because you are embarrassed (因為尷尬)臉色緋紅 Whenever I talked about his past life, he would go beetroot. 每當我說起他過去的生活時,他都會滿臉漲紅。 Expressing and showing feelings
Translations of “go/turn beetroot (red)”
in Chinese (Simplified) (因为尴尬)脸色绯红…
(Definition of go/turn beetroot (red) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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