show true colors

show true colors
Meaning: betray, reveal oneself as one is really.
Example: I trusted her blindly but when I was in need too much and called her for help, she showed her true colors and even she don’t pick my phone now.

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Advanced English‘ student is ‘pot calling the kettle black‘. No punctuation, and horribly run-on sentences.

- Oh My May 17, 2019

I don’t want to nitpick but in this writing of this idiom and in general in the entire website there are too many mistakes, I’m an advanced English student I can juggle with these mistakes, my main concern is for beginners who can get confused and learn things wrongly, so I would recommend checking things with other websites to make sure you learn the right way.

- Antogranata March 15, 2019

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