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Definición de “put the roses (back) into sb's cheeks” en inglés

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: A brisk walk will put the roses back into your cheeks.
(Definition of put the roses (back) into sb's cheeks from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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