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Idioms-1

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Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'To cry wolf ' ?

Answer:To raise a false alarm


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'To give one’s ears ' ?

Answer:To listen carefully


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'To hang up one’s hat ' ?

Answer:To make oneself comfortable in another person’s home


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'To get the hang of thing ' ?

Answer:To understand the meaning of it


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'To make a shot ' ?

Answer:To make a guess


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'A man of weight ' ?

Answer:A man of importance


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Pell-mell ' ?

Answer:In hurried disorder


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'To put one on one’s mettle ' ?

Answer:To rouse one to do one’s best


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'To ride hell for leather ' ?

Answer:To ride with furious speed


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'To speak daggers ' ?

Answer: To speak to a person with hostility


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Be in the mire ' ?

Answer:Be in difficulties
Answer:Be in difficulties


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'To give a rap on the knuckles ' ?

Answer:To rebuke


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Sum and substance ' ?

Answer:Summary


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'A drug in the market ' ?

Answer:Commodities no in demand


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Mealy-mouthed ' ?

Answer:Cunning


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Moot point ' ?

Answer:A debatable point


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Give a wide berth ' ?

Answer:Keep away from


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Brought to light ' ?

Answer:Disclose


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Fits and stars ' ?

Answer:Irregularly


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'High and low ' ?

Answer:Everywhere