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Meaning of 'in the pink'



 
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Meaning of 'in the pink' #1 (permalink) Sun Aug 21, 2005 4:42 am   Meaning of 'in the pink'
 

Test No. express/elem-5 "In Control", question 5

Thanks to her regular workouts and sensible diet she certainly strikes me as in the pink.

(a) in extreme health
(b) in good health
(c) in absolute health
(d) in clear health

Test No. express/elem-5 "In Control", answer 5

Thanks to her regular workouts and sensible diet she certainly strikes me as in good health.

Correct answer: (b) in good health
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Meaning of 'in the pink' #2 (permalink) Sun Aug 21, 2005 8:28 am   Meaning of 'in the pink'
 

Hi,

This expression (in the pink) means that you are feeling good/healthy/fit.
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Meaning of 'in the pink' #3 (permalink) Mon Jun 22, 2009 18:53 pm   Meaning of 'in the pink'
 

what does ,, she certainly strikes me'' mean? thanks!
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Meaning of 'in the pink' #4 (permalink) Wed Jul 15, 2009 10:31 am   Meaning of 'in the pink'
 

Hi Saneta, here http://www.thefreedictionary.com/strike
I found the next definitions of strike:
a) To affect keenly or forcibly (affect)
b) To enter the mind of
I hope this can be helpful
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