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go beet red

To redden in the face (blush), typically due to embarrassment. She went beet red when her crush came up and talked to her. I went beet red when the teacher made me speak in front of the whole class.
See also: beet, red
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I'm going red, customers are going red and they're leaving the shop.
National Go Red Day is Friday, February 6 and Cameron Village is going red.
KATE MOSS, 37 IT Moss be something about being a blonde that means Mrs Hince looks better - and younger - with lighter locks 10 years after going red.
She said: "Thank you to Gough Bailey Wright for going Red for Heart.
From a client's point of view you have to be careful when going red, both in terms of skin tone and fading.
Sue Green, British Heart Foundation fundraising manager for West Yorkshire, said: "We are very excited about seeing West Yorkshire going Red for Heart this February.
Celebrities are going Red for Heart too, with Love Notes from Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne, Sir Alex Ferguson, Gemma Atkinson, Julie Walters and Emma Thompson.
Washington, Dec 7 (ANI): Cheryl Cole is planning to change her hair colour by going red again.
Luke forecasts red will be big news in the fashion industry this autumn and said said: "Cheryl Cole is right up there in terms of trends and going red proves this.
I would encourage people in the Vale of Glamorgan to support National Heart Month by going Red for Heart.
A COVENTRY firm is going red nose mad for Comic Relief on Friday, March 11.
Barbara advises that the secret to going red is to get the right make-up.
It was great to see so many people going Red for Heart for National Heart Month - from wearing red to work or school on National Wear Red Day, buying our Red for Heart pin badge, writing a Love Note in their local BHF Shop to raising funds their own way by going red.
Speaking at the opening, Ruth Madoc said: 'I'm delighted to be supporting the Prince's Trust Cymru once again and think it's very appropriate that we're going red for St David's Day this year.
My problem is I just can't talk to anyone without going red.