Idiom: Green light
Meaning: If you are given the green light, you are given approval to do something.Country: International English | Subject Area: Colours | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Get the green light
- Out like a light
- Green-eyed monster
- Green thumb
- Green fingers
- Red light district
- See the light
- Cold light of day
- Light years ahead
- More heat than light
- Light bulb moment
- Light at the end of the tunnel
- Green around the gills
- Shed light
- Walk the green mile
- In light of
- Light on your feet
- Green with envy
- Light a fire under
- Put more green into something
- Like green corn through the new maid
- Many hands make light work
- A light purse is a heavy curse
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