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Choose the exact meaning of the idiomatic expressions/phrases

In this competition there is complete fair play.

Options:
A.honest means
B.no cheating
C.good chances
D.good name
E.None of these
Answer: Option B

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Question 1.

Choose the exact meaning of the idiomatic expressions/phrases

The child pulled a long face when the sweets were over.

Options:
  1.    to look disappointed
  2.    feel good
  3.    retreat
  4.    run away
  5.    None of these
Answer: Option A
Question 2.

Choose the exact meaning of the idiomatic expressions/phrases

Never take up a fools errand.

Options:
  1.    to go with a message
  2.    one who takes a message
  3.    a useless undertaking
  4.    an observation
  5.    None of these
Answer: Option C
Question 3.

Choose the exact meaning of the idiomatic expressions/phrases

To steal a march

Options:
  1.    to outshine
  2.    to start early
  3.    to command an army
  4.    to overtake
  5.    None of these
Answer: Option A
Question 4.

Choose the exact meaning of the idiomatic expressions/phrases

To be fair and square pays in the long run.

Options:
  1.    successful
  2.    honest means
  3.    honest
  4.    worthy
  5.    None of these
Answer: Option C
Question 5.

Choose the exact meaning of the idiomatic expressions/phrases

The poor women do manual labour even when they are in the family way.

Options:
  1.    in a domestic manner
  2.    unwell
  3.    injured
  4.    pregnant
  5.    None of these
Answer: Option D
Question 6.

Choose the exact meaning of the idiomatic expressions/phrases

He tried to curry favour with his employer.

Options:
  1.    to seek favourable attention
  2.    to attract
  3.    impartial attitude
  4.    to see in a spirit of joy
  5.    None of these
Answer: Option A