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Translation of "put the roses (back) into sb's cheeks" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

put the roses (back) into sb's cheeks

informal
If something puts the roses back into your cheeks, it makes you look healthy, especially after an illness (尤指在病後)使(某人)的臉色恢復紅潤 A brisk walk will put the roses back into your cheeks. 快步行走會使你容光煥發。 Recovering from illness
Translations of “put the roses (back) into sb's cheeks”
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指在病后)使(某人)的脸色恢复红润…
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