What does the idiom 'in the pink' mean?

Answer In the pink: in excellent health physically and emotionally

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What does the idiom"nose out of joint"mean?

If you put a person's "nose out of joint," you upset her with a lack of respect or consideration for personal feelings. You cause offense and irritability to the individual. The idiom originates fr... Read More »

What does the idiom"fender bender"mean?

The term "fender bender" came into common use in 1962 and describes an accident in which only the fender, the barrier that surrounds and protects the wheel well, was damaged. A fender bender now co... Read More »

What is the meaning of the idiom 'sent to the glue factory'?

Basically it means something that's no longer any use. In past times, old horses (nags) were slaughtered, and their carcases sent to the glue factory, as that's all they were deemed good for.

What is the difference between high definition and very high definition tv?

High definition television is defined by the HDTV standards of 1080 line and 720 line images. Any image format that uses these line counts is regarded as HD. 1080i (interlaced image) and 1080p (pro... Read More »