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Phrase of the Day: ‘red tape’


English lesson - red tape

‘red tape’  /rɛd teɪp/

This is used to refer to official rules or processes that appear to be unnecessary and which prevent things from being done quickly and easily.

“There’s a lot of red tape, so it’s very difficult to get a visa quickly.”

“Red tape is stopping Japan’s economic recovery.”