IDIOMS And Phrases MCQs ( CSS KPPSC SPSC )

IDIOMS AND PHRASES MCQS for preparation. ( CSS FPSC SPSC )

The idiom “Break a leg” means?

A. Injured
B. Good Luck
C. In hurry
D. None of these

Khan is always ready to eat anyone’s salt. Does the phrase mean?

A. To be one’s guest
B. To Cook tasty Dishes
C. An Infectious Disease
D. None of these

Idiom “to make amend for” means?

A. Make Possible Efforts
B. To Compensate for Damage
C. To Bring Chance into Something
D. None of these

A. Irresponsible
B. Responsible
C. Walk in Darkness
D. Very Brave

Choose the meaning of the idiom “By fits and starts”?

A. Punctually
B. Not regularly
C. Continuously
D. Intermittently

“Tell me the sum and substance of your pleadings” choose the correct meaning of the idiom.

A. Summary
B. Explanation
C. Result
D. Total Detail

Choose the correct meaning of the idiom: ‘A Dark Horse’.

A. A wicked fellow
B. An Unexpected winner
C. A criminal Getting the water dirty
D. None of these

Idiom: At Sea?

A. Sad
B. Happy
C. Puzzled
D. None of these

Idiom: Get your Goat?

A. To soothe someone
B. To irritate someone
C. To specify someone
D. None of these

Idiom: Jazz Up?

A. Be Strong
B. Make Something More Exciting
C. Make a lot of Noise
D. None of these

Idiom: Weal and Woe?

A. During the Operation
B. During illness
C. By Hook or Crook
D. In Prosperity and Adversity

“Once in a blue moon” means?

A. Once in a Month
B. Bi-Weekly
C. On Rare Occasion
D. Every now and then

What the meaning is of: ‘To have a bee in one’s bonnet’?

A. Be obsessed with an idea
B. To eat Honey
C. To be Bitten by a bee
D. To Catch a bee

Idiom : Jump the gun

A. Do something before it’s time to do it
B. A person who is content or satisfied
C. A big disappointment
D. To give someone credit or praise

Idiom : Hand it to

A. Do something before it’s time to do it
B. A person who is content or satisfied
C. A big disappointment
D. To give someone credit or praise

Idiom : Happy camper

A. Do something before it’s time to do it
B. A person who is content or satisfied
C. A big disappointment
D. To give someone credit or praise

Idiom : A low blow

A. Do something before it’s time to do it
B. A person who is content or satisfied
C. A big disappointment
D. To give someone credit or praise

Idiom : A yes-man

A. Do something before it’s time to do it
B. A person who is content or satisfied
C. A big disappointment
D. Someone who tries to get approval by agreeing with everyone

Idiom : Go all out

A. To feel depressed or sad
B. Irritate someone
C. To spare no expense or effort
D. A lie that is told to avoid offending someon

Idiom : Have the blues

A. To feel depressed or sad
B. Irritate someone
C. To spare no expense or effort
D. A lie that is told to avoid offending someone

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