English Aptitude Test Idioms and Phrases Part - 5

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Questions 1 of 20

Question:Mixed Questions : To be fair and square pays in the long run.

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successful

honest means

honest

worthy

Questions 2 of 20

Question:Mixed Questions : The poor women do manual labour even when they are in the family way.

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in a domestic manner

unwell

injured

pregnant

Questions 3 of 20

Question:Mixed Questions : He tried to curry favour with his employer.

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to seek favourable attention

to attract

impartial attitude

to see in a spirit of joy

Questions 4 of 20

Question:Mixed Questions : Backbiters have generally to cut a sorry figure in the company of friends.

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a nominal head

to fight to a finish

to be ridiculed

to struggle

Questions 5 of 20

Question:Mixed Questions : I have burnt my fingers in this speculative deal and am today penniless.

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incur loss of property

to get into unexpected trouble

to burn one's finger

to get confused

Questions 6 of 20

Question:Mixed Questions : The leader must have the lion's share of the booty.

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the stronger one

the smaller part

the worthy part

the larger part

Questions 7 of 20

Question:Mixed Questions : The project of building ended in smoke.

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to give no practical result

to fall

to catch fire

ended in the destruction of the building

Questions 8 of 20

Question:Mixed Questions : Flesh and blood can bear it no longer.

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human nature

warning

in life

at the top speed

Questions 9 of 20

Question:Mixed Questions : I am just a small fry in the office.

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Peon

a small creature

humorous

person or thing of little importance

Questions 10 of 20

Question:Mixed Questions : The number of globetrotters has increased after the Second World War.

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great persons

foreign countries

travelers around the world

people of importance

Questions 11 of 20

Question:Mixed Questions : Never hit even the worst enemy below the belt, for even a war has some code of morality.

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to hit at the wrong position

to fight

to injure

through unfair means

to cheat

Questions 12 of 20

Question:Mixed Questions : No one knew what to say, but at last I broke the ice.

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to crack the ice

to start a conversation

to start quarrelling

to end the hostility

Questions 13 of 20

Question:Mixed Questions : The result of the examination dashed ray hopes.

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frustrate

kill someone

failed

bring great happiness

Questions 14 of 20

Question:Mixed Questions : He chose the path of religion of his own accord.

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forcibly

helplessly

half-heartedly

willingly

Questions 15 of 20

Question:Mixed Questions : I can never understand him because he hasa bad habit of mincing matters.

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to leave in difficulties

not to speak plainly

returning

to find fault

Questions 16 of 20

Question:Mixed Questions : None of this hanky-panky, please talk straight.

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obsession

diversification

jugglery

indifference

Questions 17 of 20

Question:Mixed Questions : He has only some hazy ideas about life.

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vulgar ideas

masculine ideas

hazardous

confused

Questions 18 of 20

Question:Mixed Questions : Hot head

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the leader

one who is very rash

the fighter

brave person

Questions 19 of 20

Question:Mixed Questions : Have a go

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go on leave

ride for happiness

make an attempt

take a walk

Questions 20 of 20

Question:Mixed Questions : Mince one's words

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change suddenly

pull back

to speak in a hurry

choose them carefully