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Idioms-1

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Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Hole and corner method ' ?

Answer:Underhand


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Scream blue murder ' ?

Answer:Make a great deal of noise and object vehemently


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Paint the town red ' ?

Answer:Have a lively time


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Keep the finger crossing ' ?

Answer:Wait expectantly


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'At odds' ?

Answer:In dispute


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Make ducks and drakes ' ?

Answer:Squandered lavishly


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'No love lost ' ?

Answer:Intense dislike


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Ride the high horse ' ?

Answer:Puts in airs


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Pull a long face ' ?

Answer:Looks indifferent


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Beside the mark ' ?

Answer:Irrelevant


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Fill in ' ?

Answer:To tell someone the details about someone or something


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Send(one) about one’s business ' ?

Answer:To send someone away , usually in an unfriendly way


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Run in the same groove ' ?

Answer:Advance in harmony


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Wolf in sheep’s clothing ' ?

Answer:Hypocrite


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Chewing the cuds ' ?

Answer:To muse on, to chat , in an aimless manner


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'At ease ' ?

Answer:Embarrassed


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Cut corners ' ?

Answer:Simplify the producers


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'At the drop of hat ' ?

Answer:Without delay


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Burning question ' ?

Answer:A widely debated issue


Question: what is the meaning of idiom 'Paddle of own canoe ' ?

Answer:Depended on himself