Direction: Select the most appropriate meaning of the idiom/ phrase.
Correct Answer : b ) To be pleased.Explanation :
The idiom, “Tickled Pink,” means to be pleased or delighted, which is option b.
All the other options are incorrect and can, therefore, be eliminated.
Let us see the use of the idiom in question with a set of examples:
“Your Grandma was tickled pink since you called her on her birthday.”
“I was tickled pink yesterday because of my mother’s surprise gift of PlayStation for me.”
Hence, b is the correct answer.
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