Olympiad Test: Collocation And Idioms - 1


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QUESTION: 1

Choose the correct option that explains the meaning of the Idioms

Q. To end in smoke

Solution:

If something ends in smoke, it produces no concrete or positive result. This expression refers to the boasting by a person, of having put in a lot of efforts by him, for a particular cause or to attain a result which is very difficult to be done by any person.

QUESTION: 2

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Q. To get into hot waters

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QUESTION: 3

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Q. To make ends meet

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QUESTION: 4

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Q. Bolt from the blue

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QUESTION: 5

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Q.To burn the candle at both ends

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QUESTION: 6

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Q. To bury the hatchet

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QUESTION: 7

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Q. To spill the beans

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QUESTION: 8

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Q. To lead someone up the garden path

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QUESTION: 9

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Q. To weather a storm

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QUESTION: 10

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Q. To bite one’s lip

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QUESTION: 11

Complete the idiom with the correct word to make meaningful sentences

Q. He is all ____________________and can’t install or repair anything in the house.

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QUESTION: 12

Complete the idiom with the correct word to make meaningful sentences

Q. She decided to try her __________at gardening.

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QUESTION: 13

Complete the idiom with the correct word to make meaningful sentences

Q. She didn’t have the _____________to tell him the bad news.

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QUESTION: 14

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Q. It will be difficult for him to save his___________________after such a terrible blunder.

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QUESTION: 15

Complete the idiom with the correct word to make meaningful sentences

Q. She has a good ______________for music.

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QUESTION: 16

Complete the idiom with the correct word to make meaningful sentences

Q. Her flower garden is fantastic. She loves gardening and has a____________________ thumb

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QUESTION: 17

Complete the idiom with the correct word to make meaningful sentences

Q. The idea came to him right out of the ____________________when he was making coffee in the kitchen.

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QUESTION: 18

Complete the idiom with the correct word to make meaningful sentences

Q. There was so much bureaucratic___________________tape that we did not get the required papers in time.

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QUESTION: 19

Complete the idiom with the correct word to make meaningful sentences

Q. He is the _______________ sheep of the family.

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QUESTION: 20

Complete the idiom with the correct word to make meaningful sentences

Q. Every cloud has a ______________lining.

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every cloud has a silver lining

Meaning | Synonyms

  • there is something good in everything that's bad
  • every negative occurrence has a positive aspect to it
  • every difficult or unpleasant situation has some advantage
  • some benefit can always be derived from a bad thing that happens

Example Sentences

  1. Reena was depressed to be confined to bed after her surgery, but over time, when she could spend a lot of time with her family and catch up with old friends, who came to visit her, she realized that every cloud has a silver lining.

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