The phrase “rose-colored/rose-tinted glasses/spectacles” is used to describe an optimistic, cheerful way of looking at things. 

When one looks through rose-colored glasses, things may look rosy but far from the truth.  He might be too optimistic, looking only on the bright side.  In reality, things might be worse than one can imagine.

只看到事物好的一面;過於樂觀地看待問題

 

For example:

We are not trying to look at college admission through rose-colored glasses.  It is indeed an exhausting process, but we just don’t want to overly concern ourselves with it. 

 

You should take off your rose-tinted spectacles to see the flaws of ‘one country, two systems’ and the lies embedded within it. 

 

 

Written by Elisa English

On August 3oth, 2019 in Minneapolis

 

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