Idiom: To Pass With Flying Colours

Success!

When you pass an exam or a test with a really high grade, you can say that you have passed with flying colours.

You might say this is you get full marks in an exam or if you do really well in your driving test.

Note:
American English = “colors”
British English = “colours”

Idiom "To Pass with flying colours"

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