|in the red||having the situation of spending more money than |
|"Their company found itself about €1.6 |
million in the red."
|red tape||unnecessary official rules which make things |
happen very slowly
|"Because of red tape, it took two weeks to get a |
|to catch sb red-handed||to catch sb in the act of doing a crime, usually a |
|"They caught her red-handed taking money out of |
the cash box"
|roll out the red carpet||greet sb with great respect, give a big |
|"When the king visits, they always roll out the |
|red-eye||any flight departing late at night and arriving |
early the next morning
|"Red-eye flights connect western cities to east |
|a notch above||a little higher in quality (than sb or sth)||"This provider is a notch above others in terms of |
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