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Idioms and Phrases Questions Answers

Idioms and Phrases Questions Answers (MCQ) of Verbal Ability in English Aptitude includes questions to get the real meaning of given Idiom or Phrase which are important for all competitive exams.

1) At one's wit's e

  • 1) Perplexed
  • 2) Clear Up
  • 3) Explain
  • 4) Enlighten
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Ans.   A
Explanation :
Perplexed means cause to feel completely baffled. Example: Rahul was at his wit's end to find that his sister has failed.

2) At one's fingerti

  • 1) To take revenge
  • 2) Matter of shame
  • 3) Complete knowledge
  • 4) None of above
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Ans.   C
Explanation :
Example: All formula's of quantitative aptitude are at his fingertips.

3) At the spur of the mome

  • 1) Difficult Moment
  • 2) Without Delay
  • 3) Great Moment
  • 4) Very Slow
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Ans.   B
Explanation :
Example: It is not necessary that we should always reply at the spur of moment in interview, we should think before answer if we are not sure.

4) All in a

  • 1) Every person
  • 2) Particular thing same in all
  • 3) Call all at once
  • 4) Most important
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Ans.   D
Explanation :
Example: As she is only girl in a big family, so she is all in all in her home.

5) At close quarte

  • 1) close examinations
  • 2) live near to each other
  • 3) live far to each other
  • 4) in love
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Ans.   A
Explanation :
Example: Real friends never leave us alone in close quarters.

6) Apple Pie Ord

  • 1) In random order
  • 2) Related to fruits packing
  • 3) Related to dry fruit packing
  • 4) In perfect order
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Ans.   D
Explanation :
Example: On the eve of inspection every thing was kept in apple pie order.

7) Above boa

  • 1) boasting person
  • 2) honest and straightforward
  • 3) a man with arrogance
  • 4) a dishonest person
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Ans.   B
Explanation :
Example: Shikha is very popular for her above board conduct.

8) Call na

  • 1) To praise
  • 2) To abuse
  • 3) To respect
  • 4) To order
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Ans.   B
Explanation :
Example : Rahul called me names once but still I helped him.

9) Call a spade a sp

  • 1) to disrespect
  • 2) to say in angre
  • 3) to speak plainly
  • 4) to manipulate
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Ans.   C
Explanation :
Example : He never manipulate things, he always call a spade a spade.

10) Cut both e

  • 1) very big loss
  • 2) very hard worker
  • 3) in favour of both sides
  • 4) against both sides
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Ans.   C
Explanation :
Example : While participating in a debate you should not cut both ends.
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