rose1 S3 W3
a flower that often has a pleasant smell, and is usually red, pink, white, or yellow, or the bush that this flower grows on:
a dozen red roses
A large bouquet of roses arrived on her desk.
a pink colour
3 also something is not all roses British English informal
if a job or situation is not a bed of roses, it is not always pleasant and there are difficult things to deal with:
It's no bed of roses teaching in a secondary school.
4 British English informal
to make someone look healthy again
to be happening or developing in the best possible way
to do well or get an advantage from a situation, when you could have been blamed, criticized, or harmed by it:
She managed to come out of the deal smelling of roses.
a circular piece of metal with holes in it that is attached to the end of a pipe or watering can so that liquid comes out in several thin streams