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English Questions (Idiom/Phrases) For DSSSB 2018 Exam : 5 March 2018 (Solutions)

English Questions (Idiom/Phrases) For DSSSB 2018 Exam : 5 March 2018 (Solutions)_30.1

Directions (1-10): In the following questions four alternatives are given for idioms/phrases in now. Choose the one that best expresses the meaning of the given idiom/phrase.
Q1. A cold blooded murder
(a) An intentional /premeditated murder
(b) To go on a vacation
(c) To murder all members of a family.
(d) To murder with no weapon
S1. Ans.(a)
Q2. Put the best foot forward
(a) Get into
(b) Start impressively
(c) To give a sign of distress trouble
(d) Oppressively
S2. Ans.(b)
Q3. Pay lip service to
(a) To make every possible effort
(b) Fight fiercely
(c) Pretend to express loyalty or support
(d) Very close
S3. Ans.(c)
Q4. Stick one’s neck out
(a) To take a risk
(b) Completely
(c) To be cringe
(d) To be violent
S4. Ans.(a)
Q5. Bear the palm
(a) To bear pain
(b) Be victorious
(c) To lose the game
(d) To control anger
S5. Ans.(b)
Q6. Tread upon other’s toe
(a) To annoy somebody
(b) To kill somebody
(c) Hurt one’s feelings
(d) To praise somebody
S6. Ans.(c)
Q7. Cock of the walk
(a) One who is the most stupid in a group
(b) One who dominates a group or situation
(c) One who enjoys the walk.
(d) An additional achievement
S7. Ans.(b)
Q8. From the horse’s mouth.
(a) From a reliable source
(b) From an illegal source
(c) From a costly source
(d) From an unreliable source
S8. Ans.(a)
Q9. A black ox
(a) To be lucky
(b) To have an ox
(c) Misfortune
(d) To misbehave
S9. Ans.(c)
Q10. Fool’s errand
(a) Useless undertaking
(b) A fool’s house
(c) Literary person
(d) Intense Dislike
S10. Ans.(a)