Idioms & Phrases MCQ 1


20 Questions MCQ Test English for CLAT | Idioms & Phrases MCQ 1


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QUESTION: 1

DIRECTIONS: Each of the following questions contains an idiom and its usage in a sentence, followed by five possible meanings labelled A, B, C, D and E. Pick out the right meaning of the idiom in question and mark your answer accordingly.

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Hole and corner.

I have come to know of your "hole and corner" method of dealing with people.

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QUESTION: 2

Made light of

He "made light of" his teacher’s advice.

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QUESTION: 3

Stalking horse.

The trade union’s seemingly rightful demand is only a "stalking horse" to blackmail the management.

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QUESTION: 4

As good as his word.

The student was "as good as his word".

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QUESTION: 5

In camera.

The trail was so important that the entire proceedings were held "in camera".

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QUESTION: 6

A laughing stock.

With his flimsy story, he made "a laughing stock" of himself.

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QUESTION: 7

To have an axe to grind

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QUESTION: 8

To catch a Tartar is to

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QUESTION: 9

Eat his heart out.

Being an introvert, he will only eat "his heart out".

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QUESTION: 10

A pipe dream.

His idea to make a movie was "a mere pipe dream".

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QUESTION: 11

Ride rough shod.

Do not "ride rough shod" over the poor.

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QUESTION: 12

Hair-breath escape.

The boy had a "hair-breath escape" from a street accident.

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QUESTION: 13

Comes to the crunch.

He always promises help, but backs out when it "comes to the crunch".

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QUESTION: 14

On the wane.

The days of this actor are "on the wane".

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QUESTION: 15

Elbow grease.

He has reached this high stature through "elbow grease".

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QUESTION: 16

Cool as a cucumber.

She was "cool as a cucumber".

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QUESTION: 17

To drive home

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QUESTION: 18

Plough a lonely furrow.

In the organised society of today no individual or nation can "plough a lonely furrow".

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QUESTION: 19

A far cry.

Inspite of world wide efforts, international peace is still "a far cry".

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QUESTION: 20

A bolt from the blue.

His partner cheating him can to him as "a bolt from the blue".

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