5 Spanish idioms with colors

In this blog post, you will learn 5 Spanish idioms with colors. Also, you will read some examples so you can see how native speakers use these idioms in their daily conversations.

Before I introduce the idioms, I want you to have in mind what an idiom is:

A group of words established by usage as having a meaning not deducible from those of the individual words

In other words, an idiom is a phrase that cannot be understood by translating it word for word. The only way to figure it out is by asking a native speaker what he means when he says phrases like these.

Luckily for you, I am that native speaker willing to share 5 Spanish idioms with colors today, so let’s get started!

5 Spanish idioms with colors

Idioms using colors in Spanish

More examples with these idioms

  1. Cuando eres un niño, crees que la vida es todo color de rosa, pero creces y te das cuenta de que todo es diferente.
  2. A Sara le da vergüenza hablar en público, ella siempre se pone rojafrente a las personas.
  3. Patricia siempre ha soñado con encontrar su príncipe azulen un viaje.
  4. Tatiana decía que ella no quería ser la media naranja de nadie, pero se va a casar en dos meses.
  5. Mi mejor amigo odia el barrio donde vive. A mí me gusta, pero él lo ve todo negro.

Can you make an example with any of these five idioms?

Do you know more Spanish idioms with colors?

Write them down in the comments below!

Also, if you like these idioms, then you have to check out more of the ones that I posted in the past:

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Diego Cuadros is a blogger and a Spanish online teacher. He uses stories to help Spanish lovers understand fast-speaking native speakers, so they don't freeze and panic in conversations.

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