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.

11) Cock s

  • 1) In doubt
  • 2) Very uncertain
  • 3) Very sure
  • 4) None of above
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Ans.   C
Explanation :
Example : He was cook sure that we will win this match.

12) Close sh

  • 1) Very touching moment
  • 2) A narrow escape
  • 3) Nice service
  • 4) Bad service
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Ans.   B
Explanation :
Example : As he slipped on the bank of river, he had a close shave.

13) Crocodile te

  • 1) True tears
  • 2) Insincere tears
  • 3) Very angry
  • 4) Very Sad
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Ans.   B
Explanation :
Example : It is very tough to recognize Crocodile tears of false friends.

14) Carrot and stick pol

  • 1) reward and punishment
  • 2) dishonest
  • 3) arrogant
  • 4) selfish policy
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Ans.   A
Explanation :
Example : Great entrepreneurs always follow carrot and stick policy.

15) As fit as a fidd

  • 1) Very weak
  • 2) Recovering from illness
  • 3) Looks fit but not fit actaully
  • 4) None of above
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Ans.   D
Explanation :
Means Strong and healthy Example: He has recovered from illness and now he is as fit as a fiddle.

16) At logger hea

  • 1) In difficulty
  • 2) to be at strife
  • 3) very happy together
  • 4) None of above
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Ans.   B
Explanation :
Strife means quarrel, contention, dispute, fight, conflict etc. Example: All three brothers are at logger heads because of land dispute.

17) An apple of disc

  • 1) cause of wealth
  • 2) cause of illness
  • 3) cause of happiness
  • 4) cause of quarrel
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Ans.   D
Explanation :
Example: Land is an apple of discord between two brothers.

18) At a l

  • 1) at a business loss
  • 2) at a relation loss
  • 3) to be unable to decide
  • 4) none of above
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Ans.   C
Explanation :
Example: I am at a loss to know what to do.

19) At dagger's dr

  • 1) to have bitter enmity
  • 2) to be very friendly
  • 3) to be unknown
  • 4) to be very familiar
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Ans.   A
Explanation :
Enmity means The state or feeling of being actively opposed Example : The quarrel between two friends has grown more bitter now and they are at dagger's drawn.

20) At la

  • 1) very famous
  • 2) not famous
  • 3) abscond
  • 4) very far
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Ans.   C
Explanation :
Example : Police is trying to catch him but he is still at large.
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