Idioms & Phrase

Idioms & Phrase for SSC and others examination

Idioms & Phrase

All the Aspirants are hereby informed that English subject is the most scoring subject for the competitive exams like ssc, Civil service, Banking etc. English subject is divided into three portion for the preparation like- Vocabulary, Grammar and understanding of comprehension. For the vocabulary portion you need to read newspapers and collect words to increase your vocab and practice it. For grammar portion you have to revision grammar books regularly. When these two portion of your English become strong you will easily read and understand the comprehensions given in the examinations. Here in this post we are going to share the previous questions of Idioms and Phrase for SSC and other Competitive Examinations. Also the links for free practice sets is given here to judge your vocabulary.

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IdiomsPhrase
Threw up my cardsGive up
Null and VoidInvalid
A chip off the old blockSimilar like father
Second ThoughtsReconsidering
Brought the house downAmused the audience greatly
Vote with their feetShow their disapproval
Bury the hatchetEnd a conflict
Arm chair criticsTo offer advice to every one rather than to practicing same
Gave awayCollapse
taking French leaveAbsent without permission
Go to the dogsDisintegrate
Give a wide BirthStay away from
Tall taleExaggeration/Boasting
Chapter and Verse Provided minute details
To add fuel to the fireTo Incite
Feather his nestProvide for his own needs
Fight ShyAvoid
A man of strawA man of no substance
Latched on toTo understand the idea
Broke downWept bitterly
Follow his noseStrait forward
Donkey’s yearA long time
Feather in my capAn exciting moment
Off and onOften
At random Without any aim
Give and TakeAdjustment
Backseat driverA person who give unwanted advice
Ice breakingStarting conversation
Chickened outWithdraw
Back and callReady to serve
To cast aspersionTo make unpleasant remarks
At sixes and sevensIn disorder
On the cardsAnticipated
Blue BloodRoyal Family
Dark horseAn unexpected winner
Hidden AgendaSecret Reason
To turn over a new leafTo start a new
Lion’s share A major share
Take to one’s heelsTo run away
Between black and blueThrashed severely
Off and onOccasionally
Between the devil and the deep blue seaBetween two equal evils
To talk through one’s hatTo talk non sense
An apple of discordCause of Dispute
Ins and outsComplete details
Hard nut to crackA difficult job
At the eleventh hourAt the last moment
To feel like a fish out of waterUncomfortable
To burn one’s fingerTo suffer financial loses
To foam at one’s mouthTo get very angry

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