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ros·y

 (rō′zē)
adj. ros·i·er, ros·i·est
1.
a. Having the characteristic pink or red color of a rose.
b. Reddened, as from exercise or exposure to the weather: children with rosy cheeks.
2. Consisting of, decorated with, or suggestive of a rose or roses.
3. Bright or cheerful; optimistic: rosy predictions.

ros′i·ly adv.
ros′i·ness n.

rosy

(ˈrəʊzɪ)
adj, rosier or rosiest
1. (Colours) of the colour rose or pink
2. having a healthy pink complexion: rosy cheeks.
3. optimistic, esp excessively so: a rosy view of social improvements.
4. full of health, happiness, or joy: rosy slumbers.
5. (Plants) resembling, consisting of, or abounding in roses
ˈrosily adv
ˈrosiness n

ros•y

(ˈroʊ zi)

adj. ros•i•er, ros•i•est.
1. pink or pinkish red; roseate.
2. having a fresh, healthy redness; flushed: rosy cheeks.
3. bright or promising: a rosy future.
4. cheerful or optimistic.
5. made or consisting of roses: a rosy bower.
[1325–75]
ros′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.rosy - reflecting optimism; "a rosy future"; "looked at the world through rose-colored glasses"
optimistic - expecting the best in this best of all possible worlds; "in an optimistic mood"; "optimistic plans"; "took an optimistic view"
2.rosy - having the pinkish flush of health
healthy - having or indicating good health in body or mind; free from infirmity or disease; "a rosy healthy baby"; "staying fit and healthy"
3.rosy - of blush color; "blushful mists"
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
4.rosy - presaging good fortune; "she made a fortunate decision to go to medical school"; "rosy predictions"
auspicious - auguring favorable circumstances and good luck; "an auspicious beginning for the campaign"

rosy

noun & adjective
1. pink, red, rose-coloured, roseate the rosy brick buildings see shades of red

rosy

adjective
1. Of a healthy reddish color:
2. Expecting a favorable outcome or dwelling on hopeful aspects:
Informal: upbeat.
Idioms: looking on the bright side, looking through rose-colored glasses.
Translations
وَرْديوَرْدي، يُبَشِّرُ بالخَيْر
růžový
rosenrød
rózsás
bjarturrósrauîur
rožnat
gül renkli/pembeparlakumut verici

rosy

[ˈrəʊzɪ] ADJ (rosier (compar) (rosiest (superl)))
1. [cheeks] → sonrosado; [colour] → rosáceo
2. (fig) [future, prospect] → prometedor, halagüeño

rosy

[ˈrəʊzi] adj
[cheeks, complexion] → rose
(= promising) [future, prospects] → tout en rose
a rosy future → un bel avenir, un avenir tout en rose
Is the picture really so rosy?
BUT La situation est-elle vraiment si rose?.
to look rosy → se présenter bien
Things look very rosy for the Social Democrats → Les choses se présentent très bien pour les socio-démocrates.

rosy

adj (+er)
(= pink)rosarot; complexion, cheeks, facerosig
(fig: = hopeful) future, situation, viewrosig; to look rosy (situation, future) → rosig aussehen; to paint a rosy picture of somethingetw in den rosigsten Farben ausmalen

rosy

[ˈrəʊzɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) → roseo/a
to paint a rosy picture of sth (fig) → dipingere qc a tinte rosa

rose1

(rəuz) noun
1. a kind of brightly-coloured, usually sweet-scented flower, usually with sharp thorns.
2. (also adjective) (of) a pink colour. Her dress was pale rose.
rosette (rəˈzet) , ((American) rou-) noun
a badge or decoration in the shape of a rose, made of coloured ribbon etc.
ˈrosy adjective
1. rose-coloured; pink. rosy cheeks.
2. bright; hopeful. His future looks rosy.
ˈrosily adverb
ˈrosiness noun
ˈrosefish noun
North Atlantic rose-coloured fish used for food.
ˈrose hip noun
the red fruit of a rose, which is rich in vitamin C.
ˈrosewood noun, adjective
(of) a dark wood used for making furniture. a rose wood cabinet.
look at / see through rose-coloured spectacles/glasses
to take an over-optimistic view of.

rosy

a. rosado-a, de color de rosa.
References in classic literature ?
Elizabeth, or Beth, as everyone called her, was a rosy, smooth- haired, bright-eyed girl of thirteen, with a shy manner, a timid voice, and a ;peaceful expression which was seldom disturbed.
His rosy face, with its snub nose, set in this fleece, was like a melon among its leaves.
Jessie, who had probably already learned from her sister the purport of Dick's confidences, had received him with equal cordiality and perhaps a more unqualified amusement; and now, when fairly lifted into the saddle by his tremulous but respectful hands, made a very charming picture of youthful and rosy satisfaction.
Those cheeks would not be so rosy after a month or two.
But as my little conductress, with her hair of gold and her frock of blue, danced before me round corners and pattered down passages, I had the view of a castle of romance inhabited by a rosy sprite, such a place as would somehow, for diversion of the young idea, take all color out of storybooks and fairytales.
It was far down the afternoon; and when all the spearings of the crimson fight were done: and floating in the lovely sunset sea and sky, sun and whale both stilly died together; then, such a sweetness and such plaintiveness, such inwreathing orisons curled up in that rosy air, that it almost seemed as if far over from the deep green convent valleys of the Manilla isles, the Spanish land-breeze, wantonly turned sailor, had gone to sea, freighted with these vesper hymns.
But there, on the bed, lay her slumbering boy, his long curls falling negligently around his unconscious face, his rosy mouth half open, his little fat hands thrown out over the bedclothes, and a smile spread like a sunbeam over his whole face.
Her complexion was very fair, with the rosy glow of vigorous health in her cheeks, her face was full of character and expression, her eyes were brown and liquid, and she had a heavy suit of fine soft hair which was also brown, but the fact was not apparent because her head was bound about with a checkered handkerchief and the hair was concealed under it.
The rain ceased, a sudden rosy light filled the room, and through the window a rainbow arch could be seen spanning the heavens like a radiant bridge.
I sometimes regretted that I was not handsomer; I sometimes wished to have rosy cheeks, a straight nose, and small cherry mouth; I desired to be tall, stately, and finely developed in figure; I felt it a misfortune that I was so little, so pale, and had features so irregular and so marked.
But I prefer to drop this terrible subject of the rosy hours of Mazenderan.
I climbed the grass-clad mountain, And my gaze swept far and wide For the rosy lights of a little room, Where I thought my mother sighed: My boy has gone for a soldier, He sleeps not day and night; But my boy is wise, and may yet return, Though the dead lie far from sight.