To be in the red

Submitted by Llegó Dolor Del Corazón on 26.08.2016

To be in the red (English) — to be in debt , unprofitable

English, explained by Llegó Dolor Del Corazón on Fri, 26/08/2016 - 21:22
The idiom should be preceded by the verb to be, as "is in the red" so that it is not confused in usages like "in the red light district". - MichaelNa 5 months ago

To be in the red — Δεν έχω έσοδα, έχω χρέη

Greek, explained by Stavroula on Mon, 29/08/2016 - 21:35