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Idioms and Phrases (Pages :39)

  • 211 Goa long way

    Ans : To make progress
  • 212 Hand in hand

    Ans : If two people are hand in hand they are holding each other's hand
  • 213 Here and there

    Ans : In various place
  • 214 Hard cash

    Ans : Money
  • 215 How and why

    Ans : To express method and reason
  • 216 Hard up

    Ans : Having very little money
  • 217 High time

    Ans : To enjoy yourself very much
  • 218 Hard nut to crack

    Ans : A difficult problem to solve
  • 219 Hang by a thread

    Ans : A critical condition
  • 220 Haul over the coals

    Ans : To scold; chide
  • 221 Have a brush with

    Ans : To dispute very little; or to quarrel in a small quantity
  • 222 Have a mind

    Ans : Make your own decisions
  • 223 Have a thing at one's fingers tips

    Ans : To get knowledge completely
  • 224 Have dean hands

    Ans : To get innocent
  • 225 Have in hand

    Ans : A piece of work to be in hand
  • 226 Have an eye on a thing

    Ans : To look at or watch something
  • 227 Have one's hands full

    Ans : Too busy to do something else
  • 228 15. Have too many irons in

    Ans : To be engaged in too many the fire things
  • 229 16. Herculean task

    Ans : Work which requires extraordinary strength to accomplish at
  • 230 High and low

    Ans : Everywhere
  • 231 High living

    (A) A way of life that involves going to parties and spending a lot of money on food
    (B) clothes
    (C) etc

    Ans :()

  • 232 19. Hit the nail on the head

    Ans : Do exactly the right thing
  • 233 Hold one's tongue

    Ans : Keep silence
  • 234 Highhanded

    (A) Using authority in an unreasonable way
    (B) without considering the opinions of other people

    Ans :()

  • 235 22. Hard times

    Ans : Unpleasant and difficult situation
  • 236 23. Have one's way

    Ans : To have what you want especially by opposing other people
  • 237 1. Iron hand

    Ans : With strictness
  • 238 In favour of

    Ans : In the side of
  • 239 In front of

    Ans : In face of
  • 240 In order to

    Ans : 'To' or 'for'

"This above all; to your own self be true"

- William Shakespeare
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