English version

in (full) bloom

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin (full) bloomin (full) bloomHBPDLGwith the flowers fully open bloom
Examples from the Corpus
in (full) bloomThe village is also to enter the Tidy Britain and Britain in Bloom contests.The flowers in bloom upon the graves at the Cemetery were shot away.And what is this place with its pretty porticoes and geometric gardens in full bloom?Mustard in bloom, mustard in art, mustard in food, even a mustard competition.Saguaros in bloom, the glare of a horned owl and javelinas rooting for a bite to eat.His right arm, the one on the handle, was completely submerged in blooms.Her hair spread on the pillow and the flame-tree in bloom in the garden outside.
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